I had fun on a previous drawing of this style (http://sircolby.com/drawings/mary-kornman/)and wanted to try it again.
I had so many options and choices to make for this one. I decided to stop here. It still has me pondering what if…. Acrylic on canvas, 16″ x 20′
iPad sketch of my father and mother when they were in their early 20s.
An iPad sketch of silent-era movie star Clara Bow. Digital illustration
My German ancestors came to the US around 1850. Some of the family stayed in Germany. More than 160 years later we have been able to reconnect with our kinfolk in the “old country.“ Thanks, internet. My fourth cousin, who lives in the same small German village, recently came to Texas to visit us. He […]
The original photo was found in a pile of old family photos. No one can identify our horse soldier from the first World War. He was looking at the camera but I chose instead to give him a downward glance. Digital illustration
My grandniece. I managed to finish this drawing while riding in an airplane. An unusually calm and smooth flight. Digital illustration
Rachel Parker Plummer was born 200 years ago in March, 1819. She was married at 14 years old and gave birth to her first child when she was 15. At 16 she moved with the Parker clan to Texas which was still a part of Mexico. Barely a month after Texas won its independence the […]
Taken from a photograph of a friend of mine. Digital illustration
French-American dancer and actress Leslie Caron. I was thinking of a strong line running through the middle with just enough thinner detail to identify the person. I think the center lines could have been thicker; could have been fewer thin lines. Digital illustration