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work,work,work...


I ran across this train doodle in my sketchbook and it made me chuckle. I am assuming this guy REALLY had to finish up his work, because he folded up his Daily News and placed it on the train floor. Then he sat right down and went to work. We were on the express train going to White Plains, so we had 20 minutes before the doors opened again. I was catching up on drawing, he was catching up on some spreadsheets. I don't think he even looked up once, so he was a perfect model.

Now that I carpool with the guys to Blue Sky regularly, I miss those 30 or 40 minutes on the train to clear my head in the morning. We usually have a good laugh, though (between me, Vince, Willie, and Pete), so I can't complain.
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January 8, 2008 at 11:51 PM

Hi Nash!
Your work is amazing! I love the gargoyle illustrations, and all your sketches. Great, great work!
Cheers from Madrid!    



January 10, 2008 at 7:16 AM

Hey Nash...

Long time no see/hear/smell etc. Voice from the past...saw your name in relation to Horton somewhere and thought I'd do some digging...I'm that friend of Elliot Weldon's (she's now Elliot Azzam, and a mother of two) that you laughed through a snowstorm with about ten years ago in New York...

What's happening with your book illustration? I'm still in the bizz, though in a lot of other stuff now too. Living in Savannah working for SCAD but on corporate partnerships custom product development with publishers and west elm, Barnes & Noble, Department 56, etc.

Anyway glad to see you're putting your talents to use. Hope you're well...

Anna Burgard    



January 10, 2008 at 12:44 PM

Nash, It was good talking to you! Thanks for all your help, and I am looking forward to meeting up sometime soon:) Great sketch too!    



January 12, 2008 at 11:46 PM

Sweet as usual! Hope you do some stuff for drawforce!    



January 13, 2008 at 1:09 PM

Hey Matias! Thanks for checking in! I'm checking your blog too...great stuff. I really like how you apply the watercolor. The quality of the light reminds me of dan adel. You have to check out his illustrations, and let me know what you think.

Anna, Holy Moly, of course I remember you. Long time ago, eh? We should catch up! I'll shoot you an email. As far as kids' books, I'm involved in "Out of Picture," and that has been my outlet for books. I'm working and hoping to get a pitch finished soon. This is the year.

Martin, we'll catch up this week. Last week was a killer. Maybe tuesday?

Mike, I'll be visiting drawforce soon. You'd better look out, suckah...    



February 3, 2008 at 9:15 PM

beautiful drawing!    



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