Wednesday, March 04, 2009

Josh in Sleep Mode X, A4 Sketch pad, Coloured pencils, 2009

This is number 10 in my current series on Josh in sleep mode. This is the first time I have used colour to do one of these. I was inspired after reading the entry in A DAY IN GOD'S WILL. I needed to be inspired and that post just did the job!



He went to sleep after lunch and an active afternoon and I really needed to be quick with this one because he changes gears very easily!

15 comments:

Sheila said...

I just want to cuddle him he's so cute!!! You really know how to put so much love and warmth in your sketches.

Michelle said...

Yes, your love for him shines through.

A lovely sketch, yet again.

adebanji said...

Thanks Sheila and Michelle!

Christine's Arts said...

How sweet. This is so well done. You have captured a peaceful serene moment in time.

adebanji said...

Thanks Christine! Yes, surely a peaceful moment in time!

artbyakiko said...

Another beautiful drawing of your sweet Josh! I love it!

adebanji said...

Thanks Akiko!

Remi, United Kingdom said...

Wow.. this is lovely... your little boy is soo cute, and I notice from your drawings, he is growing up pretty fast too..

Keep up the good work.. I would love to purchse one of ur paitings though..drop me a mail to let me know where I can get them from.

Much love

adebanji said...

Thanks Remi, he is growing fast and I am running out of time! Hope to do more before the his features start changing in rugged ones like mine!

I sell my works directly so if you are interested in any one just let me know.

Edward Burton said...

Another sweet piece by a loving papa. Wonderful, Adebanji.

adebanji said...

Thanks Ed!

Arti said...

Hey,
nice sketch...even better with colors.Yes, you are right --our kids grow faster than we want them to!I dread the day when my 9 year old will turn into a lanky, gangy and boney boy..!!!So, hurry up!
cheers

adebanji said...

Thanks Arti, You are spot on, on that point!

gabi campanario said...

oh! i really liked the colour pencils, they lift up the drawing so nicely

adebanji said...

Thanks Gabi!