Wednesday, March 16, 2011

New Sketchbook Scans

The drawings range from Slam Dunking Minotaurs to Nineteenth Century French soldiers.
Hope you like…


16 comments:

Ben Hatke said...

you have pretty sweet sketchbooks Anthony. Mr. Pig and Mr. Rooster are my favs.

Anthony VanArsdale said...

Thanks man! but… but are you sure you don't like the happy singing minotaur cooking an omelet best?

Fr Matthew Green said...

Fantastic technique and wonderful imagination!

Anthony VanArsdale said...

Thank you so much, Father! I'm glad you stopped by!

Fr Matthew Green said...

Thank you for sharing your art! I wish I could draw like that, but it's not my calling... I subscribed to your RSS feed so I'll be sure to see future posts.

For some reason it never occurred to me that I could find so many talented artists' work on the Internet. Then I came across Daniel Mitsui's site, and from there, Lawrence Klimecki, who led me to Ben Hatke, and the Catholic Illustrator's Guild website, where I just saw your latest post... You all have loads of talent!

Anthony VanArsdale said...

Thank you again, Father!!

I was equally excited when I first found The Catholic Illustrator's Guild. It's been a great outlet for Catholic art but also a wonderful networking tool.

Trish Bailey de Arceo said...

Wow!!! You are wonderfully talented... what a gift! I really enjoy your art...

I wish you could do full size wall murals for our daughter's bedroom!

Trish

Anthony VanArsdale said...

Thanks, Trish! :)

Jennifer said...

Ok, I don't think you should be allowed to be this good ;)

Alexandre honoré said...

Woow tony, these sketches are completely awesome ! I really like the basket Minotaur ! so nice, all in powerful ! Frenches soldiers, very good vision of theme... The pig and the chicken, it's awesome ! Really really good sketches ^^!

Aja said...

Your quality of light is outstanding.

Anthony VanArsdale said...

Thanks everyone! I'm glad you liked them.

rachel neil said...

wow, you're amazigly talented.
I do art too, but it's not illustrations. check it out:
http://rachelneil.blogspot.com

The Septic Tank Blog said...

Wow you have such a great talent, I can wait for your next blog

Don Coker said...

Great stuff, Anthony!!

Nate Villanueva said...

wow! amazing pages!