I recently got Adobe Fresco and needed to play with that. I stayed with basics by drawing a cartoon. Some of it is a little rough but it was fun experimenting.
Temperatures had been in the 80s. The day I left Dallas for a weekend with the grandkids a front came in and dropped temperatures into the 20s. When I got back things were back up into the mid-60s. I did a good part of this cartoon sitting in the airport or on the plane. I […]
Forty days. Forty nights. Still no sign of rain. Click on image to enlarge.
It’s too complicated. There are too many words. But I drew it anyway. Click on image to enlarge.
Granted, many of you won’t have a clue what this is about.
It’s summer so I decided to post a vacation drawing. One of those relaxing vacations – just sit around and don’t do much. Lots of lollygaggin’. With sketchpad on my lap I took the time to sketch the walkway over the dunes to the beach. This is on Galveston Island, Texas. Pencil on paper, 8″ […]
I hope this doesn’t upset any of you but the painting doesn’t look exactly like the photo that inspired me. I took a bit of “artistic license.” On the top is the original photograph. I took four or five photos and picked this one to go by. The others were handy for reference. Next is […]
Each time I make the drive to Houston to visit my grandkids, a few miles south of Corsicana I get a quick glimpse of an interesting view of a swampy stream running under an old wooden railroad trestle. I kept thinking I’d like to take a picture of that. Finally, on one return trip I […]
Symbols of Texas: the Mockingbird and barbed wire. Charcoal, chalk and pencil on paper, 12″ X 18″