Artist REGI CANTWELL Online Studio

  • A teaser of the next challenge - The 'On hold' Series

    Now that we've 'walked the line' for 100 weeks, time for a new challenge to share. I'm planning on making it just a tad more difficult. I tend to spend a great deal of time 'on hold' for one reason or another. During those periods I usually just doodle whoever is in my head at the time; sometimes celebrities , sometimes people I know and at other times, faces I've either seen or imagined. These little sketches usually take the form of caracature to one level or another and often no more than a few minutes to complete.

    I will attempt to complete one of these whenever I am on hold with whatever company I'm on the line with. I'll try to keep them contained to one sketch book (3x5") for this sole purpose and post them here as completed with the date and duration of the hold time. 

    Here are some examples of what to expect ahead...

     

     

     

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  • Walk the line Wednesdays: Week 100

    WTLW #100 - The finale. Thanks to everyone who liked, shared and commented. I'ts been interesting. I've' been attempting to challenge myself by adding a drawing a week to this blog, mind you, the idea for me was to keep it as simple as possible, lcontinuing to examine Paul Klee's famous quote "a drawing is taking a line for a walk",

    Once again, a big thanks you to those who have followed these oddly curated sessions. Stay tuned formy next self challenge, which will also be a regular event for a set duration. This time however I will be making it a 'little' bit more challenging.  In the interim, I offer this last walk, one of my favorites as it is almost the start of a topigraphic map of the face :) Enjoy

    Week 100

    ( ww sketches 100)

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  • Walk the line Wednesdays: Week 99

    Continuing to examine Paul Klee's famous quote "a drawing is taking a line for a walk", I'll be attempting to challenge myself by adding a drawing a week to this blog, mind you, the idea for me is to keep it as simple as possible, laying down only the lines that are needed to communicate the idea.

    As usual, to see how these mere thumbnail sketches designed to be used for composition & value maps can be instrumental to the success of fully completed painings, check out the Gallery or the Available works pages on this site. Some of these will be developed into studies, others full blown paintings & quite a few left as is, in anticipation of future development. Priorities, right!?

    Week 99

    (WW sketches 99)

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  • Walk the line Wednesdays: Week 98

    Continuing to examine Paul Klee's famous quote "a drawing is taking a line for a walk", I'll be attempting to challenge myself by adding a drawing a week to this blog, mind you, the idea for me is to keep it as simple as possible, laying down only the lines that are needed to communicate the idea.

    As usual, to see how these mere thumbnail sketches designed to be used for composition & value maps can be instrumental to the success of fully completed painings, check out the Gallery or the Available works pages on this site. Some of these will be developed into studies, others full blown paintings & quite a few left as is, in anticipation of future development. Priorities, right!?

    Week 98

    (WW sketches 98)

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  • Walk the line Wednesdays: Week 97

    Continuing to examine Paul Klee's famous quote "a drawing is taking a line for a walk", I'll be attempting to challenge myself by adding a drawing a week to this blog, mind you, the idea for me is to keep it as simple as possible, laying down only the lines that are needed to communicate the idea.

    As usual, to see how these mere thumbnail sketches designed to be used for composition & value maps can be instrumental to the success of fully completed painings, check out the Gallery or the Available works pages on this site. Some of these will be developed into studies, others full blown paintings & quite a few left as is, in anticipation of future development. Priorities, right!?

    Week 97

    (WW sketches 97)

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  • Some of my Favorites from 2019

    Just wanted to share some of the favorite moments in my art practice of 2019, a few will be familiar and a few may not, some are full blown paintings and others mere doodles. Each has some personal signifigance to me.

     

     

     

     

     

     

    Just thought I'd share :)

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  • Walk the Line Wednesdays: Week 96

    Continuing to examine Paul Klee's famous quote "a drawing is taking a line for a walk", I'll be attempting to challenge myself by adding a drawing a week to this blog, mind you, the idea for me is to keep it as simple as possible, laying down only the lines that are needed to communicate the idea.

    As usual, to see how these mere thumbnail sketches designed to be used for composition & value maps can be instrumental to the success of fully completed painings, check out the Gallery or the Available works pages on this site. Some of these will be developed into studies, others full blown paintings & quite a few left as is, in anticipation of future development. Priorities, right!?

    Week 96

    (WW sketches 96)

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  • Walk the Line Wednesdays: Week 95

    Continuing to examine Paul Klee's famous quote "a drawing is taking a line for a walk", I'll be attempting to challenge myself by adding a drawing a week to this blog, mind you, the idea for me is to keep it as simple as possible, laying down only the lines that are needed to communicate the idea.

    As usual, to see how these mere thumbnail sketches designed to be used for composition & value maps can be instrumental to the success of fully completed painings, check out the Gallery or the Available works pages on this site. Some of these will be developed into studies, others full blown paintings & quite a few left as is, in anticipation of future development. Priorities, right!?

    Week 95

    (WW sketches 95)

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  • Walk the Line Wednesdays: Week 94

    Continuing to examine Paul Klee's famous quote "a drawing is taking a line for a walk", I'll be attempting to challenge myself by adding a drawing a week to this blog, mind you, the idea for me is to keep it as simple as possible, laying down only the lines that are needed to communicate the idea.

    As usual, to see how these mere thumbnail sketches designed to be used for composition & value maps can be instrumental to the success of fully completed painings, check out the Gallery or the Available works pages on this site. Some of these will be developed into studies, others full blown paintings & quite a few left as is, in anticipation of future development. Priorities, right!?

    Week 94

    (WW sketches 94)

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  • Walk the Line Wednesdays: Week 93

    Continuing to examine Paul Klee's famous quote "a drawing is taking a line for a walk", I'll be attempting to challenge myself by adding a drawing a week to this blog, mind you, the idea for me is to keep it as simple as possible, laying down only the lines that are needed to communicate the idea.

    As usual, to see how these mere thumbnail sketches designed to be used for composition & value maps can be instrumental to the success of fully completed painings, check out the Gallery or the Available works pages on this site. Some of these will be developed into studies, others full blown paintings & quite a few left as is, in anticipation of future development. Priorities, right!?

    Week 93

    (WW sketches 93)

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