I did this some time ago and never got around to posting it. It shows some of the various stages of development in the color pencil drawing of the canyon tree.
Color pencil on paper.
A glimpse of Mexican culture we see so often in Texas; beautiful dresses, exciting music and lots of fun. Click on image to enlarge. Water soluble pencil on watercolor paper, 11″ x 15″
Taken from an old photo. A young girl on Padre Island, proud of her new 1957 Ford Thunderbird. Click on image to enlarge. Water soluble pencils on Bristol board, 11″ x 14″
Another oldie. I haven’t had a chance to draw and paint lately. I’ve been keeping my grandkids. And loving every minute of it. Click on image to enlarge. Color pencil on paper, 9″ x 7″
This tender moment was captured during our church youth group’s mission trip. Click on image to enlarge. Water soluble pencils on watercolor paper, 10″ x 14″
This is the choir director at Central Lutheran Church in Dallas. His talent constantly amazes me. He has taken a guy like me, who doesn’t know anything about music, to a guy who is now well aware how much he doesn’t know about music. This drawing was based on a photo taken during the dedication […]
A quick sketch, and rather small. Click on image to enlarge. Colored pencil on mat board, 5″ x 7″
I recently re-discovered this drawing from way back. I assumed I had already posted it but couldn’t find it. So, I’ll do it now. Click on image to enlarge. Colored pencil on paper, 10 ½” x 10 ½”
I was stuck in the house and needed to do something for my sanity so I came up with a quick drawing using watercolor pencils. The idea was to draw most of the girl in grayscale and meld into color toward the butterfly. I was drawing the girl when I suddenly realized I had picked […]