I've had this sketchbook since September, and it's finally been filled up. I took some scans of some (not all) of the pages and made a quick little slideshow of it. Realize that this is a flattering selection of drawings, and that there are quite a few pages I didn't want to put in here. The video isn't the best quality, but it's not a huge deal. I encourage you to go full screen. Enjoy!
Many of these drawings are of my friends. Quite a few are just invented from my imagination. Some are drawn from life. Sharp eyed comic book nerds might notice a few drawings that were clearly referenced from the work of Frank Quitely and Karl Moline.
A note: I do not draw in a sketchbook in any kind of order. I draw on random pages until I fill it up. I think I do this in order to combat my natural obsessive compulsiveness. I believe that perfection is boring and has no place in art. Drawing on random pages therefore helps me get into that mindset. I also like it when someone finds a half-filled sketchbook of mine and thinks I stopped drawing in it only to find another drawing after 5 blank pages. As a result of this method, though, it's hard to know when I drew what drawings. Some of them I clearly remember drawing, such as the first one in the video (drawn within the first week of having the sketchbook), but most of them I have no idea. I remember making the drawing, but have no idea when it was. I kind of like that too. It makes the entire -- what seven months? -- blur together into a uniform chunk of time in which I had the sketchbook.