A Photoshop illustration based on the first of seven Donald Trump drawings from my last post.
Donald Trump drawings I’m using to develop forthcoming digital illustrations.
An exercise in red-green complementaries.
A recent journal sketch straight from the sub-conscious.
These pieces have been done for a while, but I finally got around to photographing and adding them to my online portfolio. The one with the bear is called “The Portrait”, and the deer bounding over the man in the road is “The Bad Samaritan”. Both are about 22 x 28 inches, oil on canvas.
A little while back I posted on facebook an ink drawing (left) of a man sitting at his desk. It’s the cover of my current journal. Recently I added some creepy color and out came four creeping cats.
6.3 x 4.5 inches. Ink, gouache, and acrylic on watercolor paper.
Following an idea I started recently. Oil on canvas 11 x 14 in. This is pretty close to the look of the original sketch in my journal. From here I want to see what I can do to keep the color and forms expressive. This is for fun and a stab at something different. Normally I gravitate towards realism and earth tones, which is…. fine. But a little imaginative play with form and color is good too, and maybe this will lead in some new good direction.
Cruisin’ along. Color next.