November 17, 2014

Painting A Mural

Filed under: DRAWINGS,MURALS — Colby @ 12:03 am

This is a computer line drawing from a photo taken of my son helping me do the “Frog Mural” for my first grandkid. I did the lines, my wife, my son and my daughter-in-law helped with the fill.

Painting A Mural

Computer illustration

November 10, 2014

The Next Bad Fad

Filed under: CARTOONS — Colby @ 12:52 am


November 3, 2014

New Mom

Filed under: DRAWINGS — Colby @ 11:24 am

This was done for a colleague in the park and rec department. Mom so very proud of their first child.

New Mom

Pencil on paper, 7″ X 10″

October 26, 2014

Journalism On Trial

Filed under: CARTOONS,Political, Justice, Media — Colby @ 11:19 pm

Whole Truth

October 20, 2014

Washing Hair

Filed under: PAINTINGS,Portraits — Colby @ 10:57 am

An oldie. Trying to paint simply and simply paint with limited colors.

Washing Hair

Acrylic on canvas, 24″ X 36″

October 13, 2014

Flush to Hell

Filed under: CARTOONS,Religious — Colby @ 10:14 am

Flush to Hell

October 6, 2014


Filed under: PAINTINGS,Portraits — Colby @ 12:06 am


Water soluble color pencil and wash on paper, 9″ X 8″

September 29, 2014

Another Selfie

Filed under: CARTOONS,Fantasy — Colby @ 11:31 pm


September 22, 2014

Little Girl In Red

Filed under: DRAWINGS,Portraits — Colby @ 9:38 pm

Little Girl In Red

Color pencil on gray charcoal paper, 9″ X 12″

September 16, 2014


Filed under: Uncategorized — Colby @ 3:42 pm

OK, let’s do something a little different.

This is what you might call “accidental art.” Some of you won’t call it art at all. But I like it.

Older folks will remember the mimeograph machine. You wrapped a stencil around a big drum, turned the drum, fed paper in one side, ink would be forced through the stencil and a printed sheet of paper would magically come out the other side. Eventually, technology advanced to the point where you didn’t have to hand-crank the thing.

When you were done printing you’d cautiously take the inky stencil off. If you might print more copies later you’d carefully lay the stencil on the original backing sheet.

Various random images would remain on the backing sheet after you took the stencil away. Here’s one that, for some reason, I saved.


Ink on paper, 8 ½” X 14″