Tuesday, September 09, 2008

Random drawing day

Here are some random drawings I found that I thought to post.


This post is at the request of some co-workers. Enjoy!



My office mate and friend, Sam Nielson.




Random zoo drawings from one of my regular excursions to the zoo.



Sometimes I'll go over to the State Capitol building accross the street on Sunday mornings to draw. The interior is filled with a wonderfully silencing quality of light that seems to provoke children to play, and which adults revere.

17 comments:

RAWLS said...

Hoooray!! Post! Great sketches bro. Love the State capital building sketch.

Tom Scholes said...

Great post duder, the sketch of sam is too good :D

Josh H. Black said...

I love all of them. The caricature at top is my personal favorite. It reminds me of those jerks in high school.

Aaron said...

Amazing stuff every time. You are a jack of all trades, except your name is Jason...

A.K.A L@nda said...

man! love yer stuff keep up the good work

MrSuspenders said...

That quick sketch of Sam is gorgious. It seems like some of the sketchiest stuff can end up bieng the coolest. It has so much more life.

Jed said...

Kim, your sketches are all top notch. Gorgeous. Alive.

Mel Maduro said...

Goodness, these are really great. I especially love that sketch of the zebra, superb!

Joe said...

I almost didn't recognize Sam without his pipe and smoking jacket. Nice stuff chief!

Lubomir said...

Jason, your work is great throughout. Just went through most of your posts and it's really inspiring seeing how your painting/drawing has improved!

andre medina said...

awesome drawings man! love your designs and how solid your drawings are~!

andre medina said...

i must say again your work is most awesome!!!

Ands. said...

Mr. Kim.

I know. You don't know me. I don't know you. So we're even. But I'm an 18-year-old student at.... the U of U. Bleh! And after my mission, I want to study animation (or illustration) at BYU! Yes. It's true.

I stumbled upon this blog and wondered how an individual got to be so talented. Wow! I'm simply wondering what advice you might offer to a soon-to-be Y-Art student.

Thanks. (My e-mail: gustopher_@hotmail.com)

Tom Scholes said...

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Tom Scholes said...

seriously update.

Tod said...

I think your stuff is awesome. Great to see your blog. I am originally across the border in Wyoming. I didn't even know BYU had an animation program... go figure. Nice stuff. tod

M.R. Weaver said...

That top one is Jake Black isn't it?
lol