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Jeff’s Moleskine Round 2

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Here we are again with another round of scans from my Moleskine. Not much to say about these other than I was just having some fun drawing skulls and things. I was using just a regular ball point pen, which to my surprise, works great in these books. I think I’ll do so more often.

Details

So the last time we posted some of my sketches, fellow Cleveland designer Geoff May ask for some close-ups. So, these are for you Geoff! By the way, he has some of his own sketches to feast your eyes on.

About the Author, Jeff Finley

I'm a partner at Go Media, a Cleveland web design and development firm. We also specialize in print design and branding. I started Weapons of Mass Creation Fest and wrote the book Thread's Not Dead, teaching artists and designers how to start a clothing company. In my spare time, I write songs and play drums in Campfire Conspiracy. I'm a happy husband and an aspiring b-boy and lucid dreamer.
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  • jaime.radar

    very, very cool

  • G Zoli

    Great job!

  • lifeisshort

    Looks nice.
    Are you using a regular Moleskine or a Moleskine Sketch Book? Looks like a regular one. I’m currently using a Sketch Book but I’m not sure if it’s better in any way.

  • lifeisshort

    Looks nice.
    Are you using a regular Moleskine or a Moleskine Sketch Book? Looks like a regular one. I’m currently using a Sketch Book but I’m not sure if it’s better in any way.

  • jaime.radar

    very, very cool

  • http://www.geoffmay.com Geoff May

    Love the closeups. I always like seeing the details of people’s sketches. Thanks for the link back! I’ll be sure to mention http://www.gomediazine.com, which I check out pretty much every day. Keep up the great work!

  • http://www.geoffmay.com Geoff May

    Love the closeups. I always like seeing the details of people’s sketches. Thanks for the link back! I’ll be sure to mention http://www.gomediazine.com, which I check out pretty much every day. Keep up the great work!

  • G Zoli

    Great job!

  • http://jimiyo.com jimiyo

    awesome jeff! mucho character. me wantz to see more jeffs brain.

  • http://jimiyo.com jimiyo

    awesome jeff! mucho character. me wantz to see more jeffs brain.

  • http://www.gomedia.us Jeff Finley

    yeah I’m using a regular moleskine I’m pretty sure. I don’t know about the sketchbook kinds. Thanks Geoff and Jimiyo, glad to hear from you!

  • http://www.gomedia.us Jeff Finley

    yeah I’m using a regular moleskine I’m pretty sure. I don’t know about the sketchbook kinds. Thanks Geoff and Jimiyo, glad to hear from you!

  • frank

    Wow! Great sketches. I would love to see more!

  • frank

    Wow! Great sketches. I would love to see more!

  • http://www.spaghettibomb.com Spaghetti Bomb!

    Regoular black ball point pen?
    Nice advice and great stuff!

  • http://www.spaghettibomb.com Spaghetti Bomb!

    Regoular black ball point pen?
    Nice advice and great stuff!

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    Great Work

  • http://sabasdesign.com msabas

    Great Work

  • http://myspace.com/whynotmedia jackmueth

    you really should talk more about drawing. even as you emphasize the importance of drawing, i think you don’t emphasize it enough. but the ability to draw probably determines the difference between an aspiring designer and competition to you. :-P

    very impressed that you did this without erasing.

  • http://myspace.com/whynotmedia jackmueth

    you really should talk more about drawing. even as you emphasize the importance of drawing, i think you don’t emphasize it enough. but the ability to draw probably determines the difference between an aspiring designer and competition to you. :-P

    very impressed that you did this without erasing.

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    Thanks for this nice work!
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