I specialize in drawing, illustration, pen and ink, watercolor.
Had this fricken' idea today...
Dearly little man! That face! Another pet commission!
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Painted Zip disk. Mixed media. I love old retro stuff and found rejected objects. It's hard to believe how fast zip, floppy, jaz, etc. disks became yesterdays technology. It's about time these old disks found a new purpose and some respect.
Trade show poster I just delivered finals on titled: The UnBooth. My kind of trade show booth.
I drew these guys with a Pilot Custom 823 FA and Platinum Carbon Black ink. The FA nib has a good drawing width on watercolor paper - one of my favorites. It's a soft nib but I don't use the line variation, just some nice shock absorption with each downstroke. The Carbon Black ink is out-of-this-world good, though being pigmented I fear keeping it in too many pens.
"When this guy was chosen as a host he felt like such a winner. But what he didn't know is these things would eat him up for dinner."
Gold fish practice
Sunflower. Ink with watercolor.
The more oftenly heard about whale stuffed with human by products, keeping it relevant which is important i feel. Again it wont upload vertically for some reason, any ideas why this happens? Hmmmffff.
The man with a vast red hat met a flower on the pad and asked, "Are you my dad?" The flower said, "No. I'm not the one, but I'll pretend I'm your dad if you'll pretend you're my sun."
A sketch about a little river or stream near my home
Trying to capture vision of small island at light mist
Noodlers 41 Brown ink and Holbein watercolor, 4"x6". Drawn with a Pilot Custom 823 FA
Drawn with fineliners and pencil
Ink on paper. Topic is CHICKKKKENNNNN