Tuesday, January 17, 2006


Just got back from a trip to Japan that was really fun and inspiring, heres a sketch i did while on a bullet train ride which actually wasnt that fast.

18 comments:

Goro said...

Wow great! Do you speak japanese now ^^

Nice drawing!

Drawn From Life said...

EXCELLENT !!! sketch of the inside of the train. thanks for the kinds words and support i just hooked up some new work hope u like as well take care

Akshata said...

beautiful sketch Jon!After so long.....Yes I'll b posting my new work very soon....probably in the next week! ...since I'm busy with Internantional Installation Workshop. see u next week!!

St John Street said...

just wanted to say thanks for the continued support of my blog and the kind words it's appreciated always keep it up bro

josh said...

woah nice new drawings jon

Nathan said...

nice drawing, hanmaestro. you probably went on the slow bullet train. i believe there are three speeds.

Tyler Ransburgh said...

What kind of sketch book do you use? I just a new one from a new company called Bored (a group of artist started it). the website is www.onbored.com I think. I got the green one. Great sketchs, I follow your blog often.

Jon Han said...

tyler- thanks for the compliement and for keeping up with this blog. i use moleskin sketchbook becausse so far they seem to be the most durable.. they take a while b4 they fall apart compared to other sketchbooks i've used.

Dan Thompson said...

Hey Jon. Nice sketch. Maybe next week we will meet for lunch.

Sal said...

Oh I do like a moleskin book - mine look very different to yours however! Great, fascinating sketches - I like them a lot! Keep it up...

JoE said...

your sketches are simply wonderful!

Alina Chau said...

lovely drawing!

St John Street said...

thanks again 4 the kind words hope your cool and life is great take care

St John Street said...

droped in to say hey

St John Street said...

dropped by 2say hi

Cin said...

many thanks for your comment today! I love your sketchbook drawings, your lines and marks are so beautiful, I'm so looking forward to seeing your website!

Monkey Freak said...

I love the skech on the airplane.
Nice job.

Anonymous said...

So you've been to japan have you. Who do you think you are to say that bullet trains are not fast. You do not appritate the art of the bullet trains. Long live Japan!