Here’s a three minute drawing, straight outta my sketch book. This was drawn from one of the lovely models who pose at The Art Establishment in Bethlehem, Pa.
The exotic beauty of this model has me placing her in positions of ancient royalty whenever I do a finished rendering of one of her poses.
This is a twenty minute pose drawn of a great model whom we unfortunately no longer see. It was sketched on the back of a scrap piece of Bristol board.
Another year on and our morbid merrymakers are at it again. This time it looks like they’ve decided to carry on closer to home. Weird things happen on All Hallows Eve, so take care if you decide to pass through a graveyard tonight. And, if by chance, you like that sort of thing, bring your dancing shoes.
This is the view from the back door of our son’s shore rental after a short but intense rainstorm came through, the same storm mentioned in my July 20th, 2017 post titled “Another Sunset”. What struck me was the contrast between the gray sky and the orange, alien monster-looking water tower. If I had any imagination I would have tried to make this an H.G. Wells-type illustration, with laser beams streaming from the tower and buildings catching on fire.