Here’s a summary of my February sketches.
On the first Sunday of February, I walk past the church going to a local fast-food for breakfast.
From there, I read a newspaper.
I read the portion “…others can’t help being tempted to imitate his or her choice of things.”
And then, it was the devil that came into the picture. And so I draw it.
Maybe because today is Sunday, and the aura of the environment is religious-related.
Here’s an after-lunch sketch.
Trying to create a character out of random figure of spices and stuff.
Here’s another after-lunch sketch.
This time from Kenny Rogers’ Roasters.
After I posted this on my Facebook Page, my girlfriend told me not to post sketches like this. 😀 😀
3 Minute Quick Sketch
I went to the cube of my friend and found a sticky notes on his desk.
I then grab a pen, and set my phone to do 3 minutes countdown. And sketch as fast as I can.
Business Meeting Sketch
So we got a company-wide business meeting the whole morning.
The next two images shows the product of my boredom.
By the way, just to be safe, the whole meeting is not boring. It’s just that it’s boring on some topics.
Here’s a guy to prove it. He’s on the edge between waking and sleeping.
Talisman On My Blood
Two girls talking in the jeepney.
One is a Filipina. The other is a Japanese.
The Filipina said that the poor little children played in the mud or in the rain. And their parents aren’t even concerned. She added the children didn’t even get SICK.
The Japanese woman replied, Wow! They must have SUPER POWERS.
Reminds me of the song: “Hoy, Pinoy ako!
Buo aking loob, may agimat ang dugo ko.”
I eat my lunch in a restaurant named Kublai Khan Restaurant where you can choose your own meat, spices, etc.
It’s actually good meal. So I manage to do some sketch on the Mongolian person.
I never said he is Kublai Khan though 🙂
Short story. My friend and I were waiting for the elevator to open.
As it opens slowly, we saw a lone sexy girl wearing short shorts and tight tees.
I happen to observe my friend’s reaction upon seeing the sexy creature.
Of course, I sketched him in an cartoony-exaggerated way. But I was laughing that time.
Epilogue: I show him my sketch. And he never admits that he had that reaction.
And lastly, my officemate is a fan of Razor Ramon, a wrestler from the 80’s.
Here’s a quick sketch I made for him.
He likes to watch the old advertisement of Razor Ramon on YouTube and laughs at how boastful that wrestler is.