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I loved this image of my bestest friend from High School! She goes fishing (catch and release) on a lake near her home — Such a joyful image to sketch! Now I have her image forever in my art journal! … Continue reading
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Baaaad Drawing of Pat
Maybe I should stay away from portraits altogether. For one thing, they HAVE to look like the person or they are just crap! So personal! However, I post them all, good bad or the worst. I reworked this bad sketch … Continue reading
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I was commissioned to create a portrait for a local man, Dan, who has been a great friend to many, going beyond the call of duty, and has a sweet soul. His friend (and mine) wanted it as a retirement … Continue reading