New coloring book- a little bit of a different tone from the last… coming soon, maybe! If I have time. You know.
Ornithology, personal care, it’s got it all! What do you think?
It’s a good drawing exercise to just draw hands. They are notoriously difficult, and kind of fun. I’m not sure that anyone would want to purchase a simple drawing of my hand, but I put it on Art Pal anyway. I think this is a letter in sign language, but I don’t remember which one.
Cats on the couch- back to back, of course. I don’t know if they’ll ever like each other. Skinny black cat Grenix is in back, fat tabby Tigery is in front. This and all of the drawings so far are available on a coffee mug.
I drew a drawing on two pages, and I didn’t know quite how to photograph it, so I made a tiny movie.
Tree with roots!
The whole tree, you might say.
I’ve been putting these up at my art pal page, too- so if you want this on a coffee mug, well, you can
This one was inspired by my college roommate, Alice, who had (probably still has) the most amazingly beautiful, curly red hair I’ve ever seen on anyone. And it went with her looks, too. She’s quite stunning.
Tom Robbins wrote something about redheads, once:
“The harsh truth is, most red-haired men look like blondes who’ve spoiled from lack of refrigeration. They look like brown-haired men who’ve been composted out behind the barn. Yet that same pigmentation that one a man can resemble leaf mold or junkyard rust, a woman wears like a tiara of rubies.”
So, I drew her in black and white! And she is a very clean person. A spider would never, ever, ever find its way into her hair!
In high school, Jared was what Midwesterners call, “an odd duck.” He had long black hair and he wore a suit to school every day. He often carried a briefcase. The briefcase was like the Queen’s purse- what does he keep inside of it?