From My Sketch Book

I don't know any artist who doesn't have a sketch book. I'm no exception. I carry it with me all the time…work in it especially while i'm travelling…on the plane…in the hotel….my sketch book is my outlet for imagination….the only person i have to satisfy with my sketch book is me….it's where i go for free expression, experimentation, and to try out my ideas. I thought i would share a few of my more recent entries with you. Last weekend, my mom was visiting and we ended up drawing together. Can you tell which one is hers?

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9 responses to “From My Sketch Book”

  1. Kathleen says:

    Hi Charles,

    Now we can see one of the sources of your talent. Perhaps your mom should consider publishing her own line of limited edition prints!

    I’m guessing that your mom’s sketch is the black and white drawing. Great composition and fun textures!

    Kathleen

  2. David Sultan says:

    contest entry
    how long is the process from an idea to creation??
    See you in Florida in December

  3. Jennifer Gertelman says:

    Contest Entry: Wow! What a talented family! I love the technique (in the top left drawing) of the vast mix of colored lines. It is truly amazing art.

  4. Judy Smith says:

    “Contest Entry”

    I think it is so wonderful that you and your mother share in this talent that is such an integral part of your life! Reminds me of me and my daughter. Dancing is an itergral part of her life and I get a chance to dance with her from time to time 🙂

    If I had to guess, I would say that your mom drew the black and white sketch. All three are amazing! How often would you say that one of your sketches in your sketch book translates into one of your 3-D masterpieces? Do you always sketch out your 3-D pieces?

    Thank you for sharing you and your mother’s sketches with us!

  5. Judy Smith says:

    Contest Entry:
    Thank you so much for sharing you and your mother’s sketches with us! All three sketches are fantastic. My initial thought was that your mother might have drawn the sketch in black and white. But after closely examining each one, I have come to the conclusion that the sketch on the bottom lower left hand corner was drawn by your mother. Am I right?!

    I see artistry runs in the family. Is your mother a published artist as well? It would be really neat if you did a limited edition piece with your mother.

    Do you sketch out all of your 3-D art pieces before hand?

    Judy Smith

  6. Charles Fazzino says:

    Mom’s sketch IS the black and white one. Later on, i’ll post some more entries from the book that might surprise you.

    David…the process to create the limited edition artworks you see in the galleries takes months from original conception through final 3-D prints. The original art process can take days, weeks, or months depending upon how easily an image comes to me.

    Judy – hmmm. The idea of doing an edition with my mother is definitely interesting….we might clash over the content though 🙂 Maybe i will talk to her about it.

    All of my 3D pieces start with a sketch…probably not in my sketch book but sometimes they come from there.

    –Charles

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  8. jill gordon says:

    Beautiful!!!!!

  9. saç ekimi says:

    Hello;
    You have done a great work too;
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