–>By myself (alphabetical subject order)
CLICK THE TITLES
ADAM AND EVE:
“Eve and some apples floating on the river”
ANGELS, PUTTI AND CHERUBS:
ARCHITECTURE, FURNITURE AND DECORATION:
“Sketches after the Santiago Calatrava’s Communications Tower in Montjuïc. Barcelona”
“Jean Nouvel’s Agbar Tower in Barcelona. Night view”
BOATS, SHIPS, SEA, BEACH, SHORE AND RIVERS:
BUILDINGS, STREETS AND CITIES:
“A manor viewed from a mountain path”
“Street of a village with a palm tree behind a wall”
“Rear of a church in a coastal village of Empordà”
“Study of a corner in a public garden”
“An sketch of Balmes Street. Barcelona”
“Standing child with beach towel and sun hat from the rear”
“Boy playing football as a goalkeeper”
“A long haired boy on the beach holding a towel after a bath”
COSTUME, FASHION AND DRAPERY:
DANCE, PERFORMANCE AND THEATRE:
“Sketches of actress saluting”
DEATH AND ILLNESS:
DOGS, CATS AND PETS:
“Fèlix lying over a table in front of me (sketched some hours ago, August, the 29th)”
ETHNICAL AND FOLKLORE:
“Dark young ox seen in profile”
“Female model standing with his left arm leaning on a wall, seen from behind”
“The sitter with hands on his chest”
“In front the mirror at the barbershop”
HANDS, ARMS, LEGS AND FEET:
“A mime acting. (A tribute to Goya’s bold brushstrokes)”
HORSES, RIDERS, CARTS AND DONKEYS:
“A small tower beside a mountain path”
“Landscape of countryside with shrine and cottage, seen from above”
“Girl playing with sand on the beach”
“The model lying and looking at the ceiling”
“Jazz musicians in my imagination”
MYTHOLOGY, ALLEGORIC, LITERARY, BIBLICAL AND RELIGIOUS:
“Saint Jude Thaddeus – Sketch 2”
PLANTS, TREES, BOTANICAL AND STILL LIFE:
READING, DRAWING AND PAINTING:
“Little girl reads sitting over the grass”
“Seated man reading seen from behind”
“Man with newspapers on his legs”
“A man wearing anorak is reading”
“Woman sitting in an armchair seen from rear”
“A man with a beret is reading”
“Seated man with a book on his knee”
“Reader resting his head on right arm”
“Woman waiting in front of the counter of a library”
“A drawing classmate, reads during a break”
“My left eye while I was laughing, in the eighties”
“A model posing with her head back”
TOURIST AND TRANSPORT:
“A car with an overcharged luggage rack. Preliminary sketch for an advertising”
WAR, BATTLES, POLITICAL, FIGHTS, AND VIOLENCE:
“A bleeding bull with two ‘banderillas’ pinned”
“Against TTIP – A young pensive homeless”
WORKING, JOBS, AND HOME:
ALSO YOU MAY WATCH MORE OF MY WORK CLASSIFIED
CLICKING THE MAJUSCULE TEXT ON THE TOP OF THE PAGE
11 responses to “Own work mixed in the posts”
I absolutely love your “running greyhound.” We used to own two retired racers (great pets btw) and you have so perfectly captured the impression of their speed…thanks for visiting and following my blog !
I’m glad you like this drawing. It is an old souvenir of the time I was wont to observing and sketching in a dog track, but I sincerely want to tell you that this particularly was supplemented with my own imagination.
Thanks a lot for visit Sketchuniverse, and have a nice day!
Dear Sketchuniverse, your blog belongs to my favorite blogs because it is so interesting and inspiring. I love your selections of sketches in each post, but the highlights of your blog are your own sketches. They are really amazing. 🙂
Anyway, I have no words to thank this appreciation. Sketchuniverse admires your generous feeling.
Beautiful work. 🙂
LikeLiked by 1 person
I’m so thankful. ❤
I wonder if you could post these on individual posts. That way you can get comments and likes on them individually.
I follow LadybugCreations and she has each piece on its own post.
Also then when she posts something new it comes up in the reader. People that follow are alerted to the new post and people who are searching artwork sketches will find the new post and then connect to your blog.
Wow! Your art is amazing! There were some sketches (like the Angel statue in the cemetery, the study of the bull, the study of the foot, Belfry of a village, Under Avignon Bridge) that leave you breathless, speechless and fascinated by those lines converging into something so beautiful! I agree with gentlekindness, you should post each work individually and allow people to comment and share their impressions about your amazing sketches. The passion for sketches (that you put into your blog) is expressed in your amazing artistic talent!
LikeLiked by 1 person
Thanks so much for your acknowledgement. I also want to tell you that the increasing number of visits from french people in my blog, I suspect is due to the promotion you’re doing. But you’re so unpretentious, and you don’t say nothing about this. But I’m so grateful to you. Thanks so much.
Thanks so much for visiting and following my blog! What a great resource your blog is!
LikeLiked by 1 person
You’re welcome. Your enjoyment is the goal of my blog. Thanks for your reply. Best wishes.<3