10.09.2008

Paul Newman warmup sketch

A 20 minute digital sketch done on the Wacom Cintiq to stretch out before working on an illustration.


22 comments:

Derek Edwards said...

Awesome as per usual!

Wouter Tulp said...

you have great understanding of shape and form. Very well executed!!

Jason Seiler said...

Nice Joe!

Bobby Chiu said...

hahaa... awesome

David Wolter said...

Cool

Tim Bye said...

This is great Joe - & 20 minutes?!! - I'll have some of whatever you're eating!!!

Craig Zablo said...

Wow. Simply "Wow."

William Appledorn said...

nice sketch man. really enjoy the hatching technique, lots of energy.

Adam Ford said...

This is really nice!

Aaron said...

Cool, Joe. Looks good.

Florian Satzinger said...

Quick brill piece. Congrats, Sir.

Mikel Eppe said...

Excellent! Waiting with impatience the illustration. 20 min for this one... please tell us how much for the final one (+/-). It interest me because one of my problems is to be too impatient; i will finish my work too fast because I'm too excited (and i have not enough time and too much ideas)
Thanks
mike

ramanjit said...

very nice guru.skeching lines are very powerful.

Steve said...

Good strong sketch Joe, excellent work as always my friend!

Javier B.V said...

Wow , nice work!!

KIKELIN said...

WOOOW!! It's fantastic this Paul. I love his eyes and mouth.

movie fan said...

I have always admired Paul Newman for putting his money to work in such productive ways...

Josh Spencer said...

looks just like him Joe.
I love the bulging eye.
-Josh

Marlo Meekins said...

ah, Paul Newman! he's great.. nice drawing

nick jarvis said...

awesome work, always jealous. great job

Scott said...

Excellente!!!

Anonymous said...

This caricature of Paul had stopped me in my track and took a long deep look! Dude! to be able to draw this kind of caricature, the drawer must capture the innermost "psyche" of the subject besides the outward physical attributes ie the powerful jaw, the pursed lips, the stare etc. It is over evident that the essence of Paul is depicted wonderfully here. This is a master piece!