This is LITTLE HOKUM RAG, the blog of artist Amy Crehore. NEWS 2017: Antonio Colombo Gallery show May 25-Sept 22 Milan, Italy. Jiro Miura Gallery Ephemeral Show Sept 16-Oct 9, Tokyo, Japan and Blab Show Sept 9-Sept 30, Copro Gallery, Santa Monica, CA.
Here are some drawings from Goya's sketchbooks. The top one shows a guy trying to roller skate in 1824. I did not know they even had roller skates back then. Oh, but of course! I love Goya's line work almost better than his paintings. He shows a lot of emotion using simple gestures and classic design. Brushed-in ink washes add volume and light to the drawings. These are from the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston where you will find more.
"Francisco José de Goya y Lucientes (30 March 1746 – 16 April 1828) was a Spanish painter and printmaker regarded both as the last of the Old Masters and as the first of the moderns." What's really great is this website with links to all kinds of sketchbooks (that is where I found the Goya link):