Archive for moleskin

Mole skin Gel Pen sketches

Posted in Architecture, Sketches with tags , on July 10, 2011 by alexpkaiser

A little to much of a lack of updates in the last month – here are a series of sketches that i did today with the new found love of the bic gel pen – it works really well with a brush pen, the ink is quite loose and creates ¬†great wash. More, perhaps intellectually challenging stuff coming soon, (for myself at least!…….).

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When buildings attack. Or at least get up.

Posted in Architecture, Sketches with tags , , on May 31, 2011 by alexpkaiser

2 more quick sketches

 

Overlay Madness

Posted in Architecture with tags , , on May 31, 2011 by alexpkaiser

Intensifying spatial discovery through overlay.

Multiple Projections Moleskin

Posted in Architecture, Sketches with tags , , , , on May 7, 2011 by alexpkaiser

3 Drawings – 1 Plan, 2 perspectives projected from the plan in 2 different directions. Top down, and 2 point. Each is exploring a slight variation in the other drawings. The Third drawing is beginning to look at multiple timelines within one drawing through framing.

Fun method of creating them – if you are using a moleskin the pages are just thin enough to allow you to trace over your previous image. Skip a page and draw the first drawing – then you can go back one page and trace over the sketch and on the flip side of the original page trace and develop the sketch also. – So you can explore one drawing twice more and do x-ray/projections/clean line drawing etc.


Still Liking my Pencil

Posted in illustration, Sketches, Stickmen with tags , on January 25, 2011 by alexpkaiser

Liking My Pencil Again

Posted in conceptart, Sketches, Stickmen with tags , , , , on January 21, 2011 by alexpkaiser

I bought a big extra large Moleskin, and now I have started to draw with a pencil consistently again. I like my Pencil.

 

Playing with more sketching

Posted in Architecture, Sketches with tags , , on February 20, 2010 by alexpkaiser

Playing with sketching fast architectural objects – again! Plan section and elevation ready to do a quick model test. Floating concrete – reverse of weight of materiality. – sail and concrete.