浪漫菖蒲 / Roman shobu

An online sketch journal for the person who runs saicoink.

2008/04/26 Border sketches

Sometimes when I am bored in class I draw in the borders of my papers or in my notebook. People who sit behind me always say how they like to see me draw. The more boring the class the more I draw (I am sorry to my professors and classmates). On days when I'm really tired I totally blank out and enter a dream world while pretending to listen. I'm sorry again.

Sketching in class is fun I guess, but I always feel like I can't draw what I REALLY WANT TO DRAW, because people are watching me. I can't draw what I want unless I am alone in the evening. That is the best time to draw! Best to draw is also when I have lots of work to do but I don't want to do it. It's when I'm the most creative. orz


Borgia in swimsuit. If I had more space I would of course draw more of it. Only Borgia would wear a hairbow out to the beach. Somehow it looks like there is some kind of materiality to this. Like you could hold her. Does this make any sense?


Our regular gang here. What is Viv holding?!


And OMG, I haven't drawn 70s style in so long. Years ago I drew a comic all in this kind of style. It was pretty messed up since I had to try so hard to draw that style for the long comic (about 25+ pages)? But... I used to draw in this way all the time. I think my art is kind of 70s and 80s huh?

 
 
 
 

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rachael said...

just wanted to say that i really enjoy your sketch blog. i too used to draw the most when i was at uni, it was the only way to stay awake :p

btw, i must have come across your hp from the jane marple comm on lj.

May 1, 2008 at 9:28 PM

saicoink said...

rachael-
Thank you so much for the comment! I'm glad to know that there are other people who come across this blog. It's nice to know that I have an audience. m(_ _)m

I found your blog as well. It is very interesting to read. Torii Miyuki reminds me a bit of Togawa Jun from the photos. I want to try to find more videos of her sometime.

May 7, 2008 at 10:57 PM

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