Wednesday, August 7, 2019

Lookin' at You


I just might be looking at you. But then, maybe I'm looking at my sketchbook.

12 comments:

Stephen and Nyree said...

Ha! That is great.

Luca said...

Just remember to watch your step! :D

Pierre Fontaine said...

You look like Cheap Trick guitarist Rick Nielsen!

Unknown said...

Mr. Gurney, should we be concerned?...

Bill Marshall said...

CREEPY!
(love Luca's comment)

Bill

Adriana Guidi said...

Cool!

Glenn Tait said...

Not your normal sketchbook. What type is that one?

Tom Hart said...

I find that the polarization offered by my sunglasses often results in a pleasing image, especially of cumulus clouds on a bright day. So I've often toyed with the idea of sketching with a get-up something like you're rocking here: sunglasses for viewing the image to be sketched, reading (or no) glasses for looking at the sketch. A sort of (pardon me) weird bi-focal-type situation. Yet - I suppose for obvious reasons - I haven't gotten around to actually trying that...Any chance that's what you were up to?

James Gurney said...

Tom, yes, I learned after I used this combination -- duh! -- that you can get "reading sunglasses" with a built in bifocal effect.

Yeah, it looks crazy.

Tom Hart said...

Cool! I’ll have to look into those myself!

Roberto Quintana said...

Weren't those invented by Ben Franklin?!

Marion Boddy-Evans said...

LOL! Next time someone comments on the position of my glasses, I'm sending them to this photo!