Sketches by Donny Nguyen. Toronto.
yep – very nice work
really cool, where do you get these sketch books from, i always see them and they are very cool.
they’re moleskine sketchbooks.
aw i love this style, beautiful sketches!
Love, love, love. I have an obsession with artist sketchbooks. These are phenomenal. The birds!!!
2/4 are rather hitchcockian =) very nice.
the shadows look really refined. love it.
really nice line work. 2 thumbs up!
Love the drawings @Christopher – it looks like a Moleskine sketchbook to me but I could be wrong.
thanks a lot guys, you’re all really kind. many thanks also to jeff for posting! i can’t believe i haven’t found out about boom until now. this place is great.
big politic after the ravens. kudos!!!
makes me think to James jean sketchs.
I went to junior high with this guy. to the max,
love it love it love it love it
great sketches! the combination of the detailed and very linear parts is beautiful
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