Digital illustration. One of these days he’ll fix his fence in Driftwood, Texas. But for now I think it looks cool.
Digital illustrations. Somehow I never got around to posting this triple drawing I did last summer. In May I vacationed in Puerto Rico with family. One of their friends is a local named Francis. He was the perfect host, took us to a lot of fantastic places and advised us on many others, what to […]
Digital illustration Taken from a photo of Austrian actress, Maria Schell (1926-2005). She had such a sweet and pretty face I was struck by the contrast. Trivia: she was the sister of actor Maximilian Schell.
Following the All Saints Day tradition of Dia de los Muertos, I offer a toast to all my ancestors, recognizing my Texas roots. I started with the usual nations of the six flags: Spain, France, Mexico, the Republic of Texas, the Confederate States of America and the United States of America. Then I added the […]
Colin Powell, 1937-2021
Digital illustrationWolfskinder, German meaning Wolf Children.At the end of WWII, the Red Army invaded and occupied east Germany. The allies left them to their fate. The German population of East Prussia was eradicated leaving many orphaned and homeless children fleeing to live in the forests. They tried to survive by stealing food from farms. Some […]
Digital illustration: A sketch of Martin Luther’s seal combined with a representation of the stained glass window behind the altar at Central Lutheran Church, Dallas.
Texas has several independence days: From Spain in 1810 (not achieved until 1821). From Mexico in 1836. From England in 1776 (retroactive, when Texas joined the US in 1846) and from the US in 1861 (didn’t work out so well).
Digital illustration. Recently my mind wandered off to Gary Cooper. So I looked him up on the internet. I came across several photos of him with actress Fay Wray in the 1928 movie, The First Kiss. Here’s a sketch of one. Done on the Apple iPad using Adobe Fresco.