09.08.12 by Jeff

Time-lapse sketchbook drawings by Bryce Wymer

Time-lapse sketchbook drawings by Bryce Wymer
I’m always jealous of artists that have sketchbooks with no bad drawings in them, ya know those ones? Where every page is like a finished piece? Yeah, these videos are kinda hard to watch…

brycewymer.com

via: artnau













Jeff
Jeff Hamada is the Founder and Editor of Booooooom. He lives and works in Vancouver.



  • Robraerobrae

    people who are perfect are boring

  • totally agree.
    great work though.

  • The amount of paint applied in the second one blows me away… I was not aware that the paper in moleskines could take that much abuse! Inspires me to push a bit more with my materials the next time I sketch.

  • esmone

    drawing and timelapsing is my favorite combination of 2012, hehe. these are awesome. :)

  • Rosa Félix

    Uáu!

  • These are wonderful, but sketchbooks are for the sketches, this is artbook… jeah, I am jealous too

  • eb

    Bryce is a very talented guy. Don’t forget to check out his etsy page: http://www.etsy.com/shop/flatearthstudio. He’s got some very cool (and cheap) prints and paintings on there..

  • ben

    this is great stuff, but these arent sketches in a sketchbook. theyre part of the trend of doing finished pieces in a sketch book. (his ‘sketchbooks’ are for sale as a finished book on etsy)still jealous though





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