Another page of playing around with green ink and stylized clover.
Just a page that came out of playing with my green microns and thinking about clover shapes.
Just a page of green patterns that popped up the other night while I was playing around with my pens.
Power of the Weather
A whimsical sketch that seemed to fit in with this month’s theme challenge. Even though it doesn’t rain everyday, the potential for rain has the power to get me carrying a small, collapsible umbrella everyday I go to work (I have a 10-15 minute walk to and from).
Power of Fear
I made a Krampus mask for a Winter Solstice party this past year and while I was thinking about this month’s theme challenge I decided to try my hand at drawing it (something I’ve been meaning to do for a while now, anyway).
Power of Addiction
I smoked socially for a few years and, even though I’ve kicked the habit, I still find myself jonesing for that first hit every once in a while. A few of my mates smoke like fiends and while we were out at the pub over the weekend I ended up grabbing the front of one the packages with the idea of making some art out of it and this is the result.
Power of the Post
A collage from the postage that arrived on several pieces of mail within a few days of each other (somehow both of the cats are in the veterinarian’s automated reminder system multiple times).
As I was filling in the page around the stamps it got me thinking about how reliable the U.S. postage system is and how powerful that quick, easy communication is.
Jim Metscher was a professor at Columbia College in Columbia Missouri for 35 years. Jim was simply the greatest teacher I have ever had, and I am lucky to have ever met him.