Trial Proof, woodcut relief print, 12″ x 18″
This is a trial proof of the color version of my new woodcut print. I printed magenta first, then blue, then yellow, and finally black. The yellow block is where the magic happens,
Ink, 7.5″ x 9.5″.
This past Saturday I went to the Art Car Museum with Urban Sketchers Houston . We had a special guest from Barcelona, the artist, illustrator and Urban Sketcher Lapin. He was in town visiting family and hooked up with us to draw on WorldWideSketchCrawl Day. Read More
Ink, 8″ x 11″
I used up the last couple of pages in two sketchbooks yesterday, and because I haven’t posted anything on WordPress since October I need to share some drawings. Yes, TWO sketchbooks.
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I have drawn my morning coffee almost every day in this book and filled it yesterday.
Handmade Sketchbook from India. This is a new sketchbook my wife bought for me on a recent trip to India. I love how simple it is. It is just paper tied together with string, and cloth sewn around the edges of the cover. Read More
Goache, ink and pencil on paper.
Is it ever disturbing to you to see a public space where it seems like everyone is stooped or slumped over their electronics and oblivious to everything else? I know I'm not the first to bring this up and I will spare you from a long rant. Sometimes it is really strange to me. Often it looks like prayer, but it's really just Facebook, crushing candies, and email.
My family and I love our electronics just like most people, but we have some rules about their use. The big one is no electronics at the table at meal time. Especially in restaurants. The other big one for me is turn it off when you're walking.
Do you have rules about mobile usage at your house, or for yourself?
Today I am working that scanner to get some Every Day Matters drawings up! Read More
Here are some more Every Day Matters drawings! Read More
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EDM challenge #2 is to draw a desk lamp or other lamp.
I decided to start doing the EDM (Every Day Matters) drawing challenges and the first is to draw a shoe.