The above was my first attempt and I surprised myself. It's simple, it's basic. I can't even figure out why I like it. I never worked larger than postcard size. (Paint small and you can't make big mistakes was ....... and is........ my philosophy)
I hope you'll be able to read the quotation I pasted into one of my sketchbooks:
If not, then try double clicking the image. The message is that important, in my opinion.
For years I always had my book in one hand and my pen in the other. Sometimes I added color later, other times not.
|Such a typical sight in our travels...... we pull into every rest stop along the road. That's Mr. Bob, in his red sweater.|
I may be shamelessly bragging unnecessarily. With my movies, a couple of our children were totally turned off. Tim was held captive and made to watch each one, although he once moaned, "I didn't know a DVD could hold this much" and with the other, early on I just stopped sharing my Fluke Productions. I wonder if they'll be looked at after we're gone or just tossed aside?
However, if you're really, truly interested you can see all of my drawings by going here.
I'm warning you. There are a lot of them.