The Martin Gee sketchbook

As The Blog promised in a post earlier this week, we're highlighting ways that paper helps us solve problems. Kudos to our pal Martin Gee at The Merc, who stepped up fast when we asked if he would share one of his sketchbooks, which are always wildly interesting. The one he chose (circa 1999-2000) looks like it is from his Orange County Register days. Thanks for the inspiration, Martin!

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Anonymous martin gee said...

thanks matt! i hope everyone got a kick out it. imovie rocks. =)

just uploaded my most recent sketchbook covering the past 11 months at the merc. like i said before, it's not that good because it lacks the visual density and fullness i want. but less f-words! =)


i plan to do this with most of my sketchbooks. i also uploaded one covering my trib / blue side stint. i'll do the other chicago one and catharsis next.

Sunday, May 06, 2007 4:32:00 AM  
Blogger Matt Mansfield said...

We'll be the judge of how good it is!

Seriously, it's cool that you're open with this stuff. A lot of folks get inspiration from seeing other folks' work in process ... whether you're always happy with the results or not. That's the great thing about sharing!

I'm going to update with this one and point folks to your YouTube channel link. Thanks again, dude!

Sunday, May 06, 2007 5:13:00 AM  

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