A collection of artwork exploring the American frontier! From cowboys to horses and everything in between, these are the wildest doodles in the west.
Ballpoint and white ink on found paper.
Finally finished! This project took many long hours (about 8-9) and reduced my brand new 6B pencil to nothing but a tiny stub... “Black Gold” is done in graphite on 80 lb drawing paper. If you are interested in prints please contact me via my website.
After struggling with horse anatomy from photos, I finally decided to search for white horses, figuring that I would be able to see details more easily than on darker photos. It worked out well, the details were much more discernible.
Drawn with pencil
Here is another doodle drawn during Inktober that I turned into a logo or illustration. You can see a color rendering on this logo on my Instagram @richardkoehler1218
My first horse study in acrylic medium. I love the tossed main, it looks so anthropomorphic!
Faster than his shadow...
One of my Inktober sketches from last October, the prompt was Wild.
Man, I’ve been random lately. I think my mind’s eye sees stuff that normal people don’t. That might make me abnormal. I’m kinda comfortable with that. Guess who’s going to be watching some Clint Eastwood tonight?
Ying&yang from horses
One of the Big Five: Buffalo. Pen and ink and mixed media on old map
Clint Eastwood from The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly. Sketchbook piece - water color pencils
Acrylic on 3 x 3 canvas
Inktober 16 - Wild(west) : pencil, multiliners, india ink wash
drawing made in sketchbook inspired by the movie 'first cow'
Graphite and not exactly a doodle. Took the better part of Sunday
Illustration demo image using pen and ink, watercolor, and acrylic ink.
Hateful cowboy. At least he isn't arrogant
"It's Pandolin Coraflot, riding the most anatomically correct horse ever drawn." Ink drawing colored with Paintstorm Studio & Photoshop.