Another from the Minnesota State Fair, “The Great Minnesota Get Together”. Senator Franken is interviewed on the MPR stage.
This Zombie Snow White Pinup was done for moly_x_61. It’s a great group please check them out, http://moleskinex61.blogspot.com/ . Technique: I pieced together various references in Photoshop, traced it lightly in Adobe Illustrator, printed that out on Cahier paper, used spray adhesive to mount it into the book, inked it, then added dyes. Not a big fan of dyes, but I haven’t used them enough to get familiar with them.
This self portrait was drawn for moly_x_portrait8, http://mxportraits8.blogspot.com/. I do love to swim, but 6am is a tough habit for me to get into. It won’t get any easier with winter coming, dark mornings and freezing temps. There is, however, nothing like the clean, cozy feeling after a good swim.
Brush and ink. Initial line drawing in Adobe Illustrator.
This is an entry into Lady Orlando’s book, moly_x_29, http://www.moleskinex29.blogspot.com. It’s a response to her mermaid image, http://moleskinex29.blogspot.com/search?updated-max=2009-01-20T11%3A51%3A00-08%3A00&max-results=7.
Marina’s little water drop guys saved the day.
This is my entry into Christiano Lissoni’s moly_x book, http://www.moleskinex54.blogspot.com. Brush, ink, ballpoint pen.
Camp 16th Street No.2. Another take on the portable fire pit. Part of moly_x_2, http://moleskinex.blogspot.com/ .
Another smoking critter sketch. Study for etching, http://www.flickr.com/photos/mrtyhrrs/3437525275/in/set-72157603633480713/ .
This is an old image, from my first moly. I figured I’d join the smoking animal parade behind BoboMonkey. How ’bout we post animals wearing quilted slippers next?