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Author Archives: Sarah
Way back in the “Dark Ages” — okay, the mid-1980s — I had been thinking about J.R.R. Tolkien’s The Silmarillion, and the various fates of the gem stones in the story. Thinking about it to the degree of considering writing a … Continue reading
For the last several years, most of my artwork has been in storage. Although I had taken photos or scans of some pieces before putting them in storage, there are still several things to get images of. So it is … Continue reading
In updating my website, I’m trying to make sure all posts (or at least most of them) have images attached to them. That’s because Google likes to find images with posts. So today, I created a piece of digital artwork … Continue reading
CAPS (the Comic Art Professional Society) had its April meeting yesterday, and we had a live model sketch night. I should have taken a photo of our model, just for comparison. For me, such evenings are great, because I don’t … Continue reading
With Christmas coming in a few days, I recalled this cartoon I had done while I was in graduate school. I did it on a whim, hence the very rough nature of it. When we were little, back in Michigan, … Continue reading
Once again I’m falling behind on getting the Inktober pieces posted. I’m just posting Number 20 today, but this is more due to technical matters, not artwork stuff. Today, I got my flatbed scanner out of storage (with the assistance … Continue reading
I opted to go to black and white ink again with Number 18. I wanted to try a bit of working from negative space. I had a photo of a fashionable model. Again, working freehand with no preliminary penciling involved. … Continue reading
So, yet again I’m posting multiple days’ worth of work. With Number 13, I wanted to see what I could do with straight lines and color. Of course, the limited number of colors I have to work with affects the … Continue reading
Another two days of Inktober pieces. In Inktober #11, I want for black and white and drama. I wanted to create a sense of a hand breaking through a wall. It doesn’t quite feel like that in the end. But … Continue reading