Drawing on the Lenovo Yoga Book

screen-shot-2016-12-17-at-2-27-49-pm This week I was drawing live caricatures on the Lenovo Yoga Book.

I had high hopes for this product, as it has Wacom integrated technology in the pen, and the 'any pen' feature was pretty exciting. However, it still pales in comparison to its competitors. There is definitely an entry-level aspect to this product, but I wouldn't recommend it for fellow live artists... I think it needs to go back to the drawing board.

Speaking of which! Here are a few scribbles from the last couple of days... You draw on the pad and it comes up on the screen - same as "live mode" on the Wacom Bamboo Folio/Slate series.














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Superhero Caricatures

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This year at San Diego Comic Con I was doing a special deal on drawing you as your favourite superhero characters. You can now order them online!

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Soccer / Football Fan Caricature


The brief for this caricature was:

He's a builder, soccer player (Chelsea supporter), loves BBQing and cooking wood-fired pizzas, and has recently taken up cycling. Was thinking at he would be standing over a BBQ, with an apron on. The apron has the words "The Camp Camper".

Around his waist is a tool belt, but with tongs, spatulas, knives, forks etc. Maybe a hammer as well. Could still have a pencil behind his ear. It wouldn't surprise me if he wasn't wearing any pants under his apron, which could be seen via a reflection in a window.

Maybe in the background is his house which is crooked / poorly made. He was recently awarded the Western Australian Building Profession of the Year.

On his arm or shoulder is a tattoo – "O.G", which has a line through it, and "G.G" below it.

A lot of fun to draw.