Clouds and Mountain
Just a quick sketch inspired by clouds and the rugged country out west.
Peach cobbler on Toulouse-Lautrec plate, size of a saucer and irregular shape. I used ink and few Kuretake pens.
A Strange Wind Blows
Another page in my ‘Uncharted Waters’ sketchbook for the Sketchbook Project 2012.
Hill With Lodge Pole Pines
A sketch from the roadway in Yellowstone National Park in Wyoming. The tall spindliness of these pine trees fascinated me and I tried to capture some of their feel in my little molie.
I used ink on Fabriano sketch pad, 7×9, it feels too small for me. But I had fun with ink. It was a quiet moment in the garden, in New Jersey.
Roaring Fork Lake
I took my pocket molie along on the backpacking trip to the Wind River Mountains of Wyoming (part of the Rocky Mountains) and I sketched this view looking over the lake near our first campsite.
Cherries on my desk. Sometimes harder your life on you more you appreciate little things happening, which slipped away before. More you think what is really matters. Anyway here is a little mess and a regular day with plans and worries. My pretty Rembrandt watercolors which still waiting to be used and appreciated and couple of new piston water brushes I got on Ebay. I used ink and Inktense pencils for this drawing.
Not everyone who gets hit by a drunk driver dies. (2002)
Frontispiece to my big moleskine sketchbook. Ink on the left, colored pencil and graphite on the right.