Andean condor at the Museum of Osteology (bones) in Oklahoma City. Sharpie and different colored ballpoint pen.
Lowland gorilla skeleton at the Museum of Osteology (bones) in Oklahoma City. Different sized sharpie markers and ballpoint pen.
Rock Band drum set. Brush and ink (brown, red, and black) in watercolor Moleskine sketchbook. Color accents in colored roller pen.
Does anyone have a good trick for taking a bottle of India ink with you outdoors without worrying about spilling everywhere? Some kind of stand, holder or tray?
I have three roommates. Between the four of us, we have four vacuum cleaners in the house. This is the oldest, most interesting looking one. Brush and India ink.
I drew these sitting in a business law class. Somewhere around “Filing Chapter 7 Bankruptcy” in the powerpoint, I started filling in cubes to stay awake. I’ve done this before, but this time I tried to focus on the interplay of color reflecting between faces.
A band that played during the “pasta feast” the day before the Spirit of Survival marathon near Lawton, Oklahoma. A decent band, severely underappreciated by the athletes busy gorging themselves on noodles. The speaker in the foreground is covered with trash bags because it was starting to rain. Roller pen and ballpoint.