Sunday, December 07, 2008

Moleskinerie

I live close to the chateau Henry Clewes at La Napoule. Orta is a smaller lake close to Lago Maggiore, Northern Italy.


La Turbie is a Roman ruin on top of the cliffs high above Monaco, it has terrific views of the Italian riviera.

The gothic fountain is next door to the musée Maillol, Paris


Lac St. Cassien, recommended to me by the all wise Limbolo.

17 comments:

Chris Kennett said...

Your blog, c'est fantastique! Thanks for your comment, I'll be back here for sure.

memi said...

HI Matt,

Thanks so much for reaching out to me on my personal blog-
now, I am really glad to know you and especially to see your beautiful work.
I love your moleskin drawings and your animation!

JUSTDOODLEIT said...

Fantastic sketchbook pages!

max said...

Wonderful stuff as usual, the last one is a really beautiful image, nice peaceful composition.
I just browsed a bit those sketching blogs you linked here, really inspirational stuff. I must switch my computer off and go out with a sketchpad these coming days.
Cheers

WJC said...

There is no greater satisfaction than seeing a well handled moleskin.
The airport/ plane one Detour is beautiful.

gabi campanario said...

hey matt, glad to have found you on Flickr, your work and versatility are incredible, very inspirational

Giuseppe Ferrario said...

Bravo bravo bravo!

Peter Breese said...

Wonderful sketches.. and in a moleskine no less!

C.B. Canga said...

nice job here

Matt J said...

Thanks for the comments all-nice to find some new visitors too. Max, I hope you got out & about to do some sketching?

Alessandra Sorrentino said...

SWEET! Always love your sketches Matt ;)
Take care!
Ale

Andrew Glazebrook said...
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Andrew Glazebrook said...

Wonderful work again Matt !! Great stuff ! Oh yeah, have a great hols and New Year !!

Richard Mitchelson said...

Have a wonderful Christmas and New Year Matt. Loving the moleskin pages. A friend of mine in Brighton has put together a clickable book on his blog, so you click on each page and you move through the book with turning pages etc. Thought you might like to check it out... lets call the URL below my Christmas gift to you...

http://www.issu.com

Failing that you can see the book on his blog:

http://willscobie.blogspot.com/

BYE!

Paul Mckeown said...

Jesus Matt,
You're getting better and better all the time and you we're great before!!.....can you mail me please?
Have a pitch I'd like to talk over with you. Could be up your street.

Rob Carey said...

Great sketchbook pages- looking forward to seeing more.

Mark McDonnell said...

Awesome!!!

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