Saturday, May 2, 2015
Sometimes a project calls for a unique concept or sparks an idea that may work out but is a challenge to create. This was the case recently when I took on a project for Wyalusing high schools softball team. They wanted a poster that represented their softball team featuring their mascot the "RAM". In the concept sketch stage, I imagined a Ram who's body was a softball. The idea was tricky because of the round shape in a body that is primarily rectangular. This is what I came up with as a rough sketch of the idea.
Tuesday, March 17, 2015
Cartooning is not the only pastime...
Cartooning is my favorite thing to do now that I have retired from my teaching career. However, being an artist allows for a wide range of art choices to now have time to enjoy. My second love, and most enjoyable form of art is watercolor.
Tuesday, February 24, 2015
Cartoon Posters before the Senior Class
Monday, September 8, 2014
Twiggs drawing trees
Sunday, September 7, 2014
Olaf strikes again....
Ever do one piece of work and then everybody wants one? That's the story on this little project making Olaf from the Disney movie Frozen.
Thursday, August 28, 2014
Senior Posters spreading across the state
I think I always knew that when I retired from teaching that I would expand my senior poster business. Trying to teach, run athletics and recreation, and be a husband and father didn't leave much time to sit in my studio. This past year with my days freed up, it allowed me to create my Senior Poster artwork well outside the valley.
Getting my "Super Fix" on...
I have friends that are artists that focus on super hero comic artwork. Me? I have always been a fan of Super heroes but never really "drew" the characters, I just read them. However, recently my son-in -law requested six drawings of his school mascot (a Trojan Warrior)as super heroes possessing super powers for his K-5th grade students. Below are the results...