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Archive for September, 2005

Givin me the wild eye

Sunday, September 25th, 2005

I was vacillating all week about what I was going to do for the “Draw an Eye” challenge for the Everyday Matters group, and I finally decided to paint the excessively large eyes of my American she-bulldog, Ripley. I don’t know if it’s a birth defect or a characteristic of the breed but Ripley’s very [...]

blue

Thursday, September 22nd, 2005

First, some acrylic paint on paper, then a rough sketch with a graphite stick. Later, some whiting from a caran d’ache crayon. Big Mike is home safely from his European trip. He was supposed to have landed at LAX at the same time that yesterday’s Jet Blue Airbus was making its emergency landing and took [...]

Everyday Matters – Metal (but not new)

Thursday, September 15th, 2005

This week’s challenge is to draw something metal. I haven’t done a new painting or drawing specifically for the challenge, yet, but in the meantime here’s something from about a year ago. It was drawn at a Tibetan exhibit at the Bowers Museum in Santa Ana, Calif. about a year ago, then painted later at [...]

Everyday Matters Challenge – Draw a Collection

Monday, September 12th, 2005

Once upon a time I decided to collect copper molds as a decorative touch for my kitchen. I probably have a dozen and a half of them but these are a sample. I have used the fish once or twice for a salmon mousse, and I don’t think any have ever been used for green [...]

I don’t have a drawing for this, but I have a vivid picture in my mind

Thursday, September 8th, 2005

An eyewitness account of being in New Orleans, from an Emergency Medical Technician who was in town for a convention. Worth a read. Eyewitness Account of EMT in New Orleans

Illustration Friday – Roots

Wednesday, September 7th, 2005

This is something that I had already drawn last year in the forest near our house, so I couldn’t resist using it. It was painted in a book I made using 140 lb. watercolor paper, using Caran d’Ache neocolor II watercolor crayons and a Niji waterbrush – very portable for working while sitting on a [...]

What I did today – and why you should do it, too

Monday, September 5th, 2005

If you found your way here because of my blatant blog-pimping today on the Everyday Matters list, I apologize for the hype. On second thought: nope, I don’t apologize at all. However you got here, I’m glad that you did, and I hope you’ll read on and start taking action today. We live in Southern [...]

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