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Tag Archives: Landscape
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
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
One of the things about having multiple projects in process is that you have to plan ahead. So, at present, while I work on the editing and writing of a couple of projects, I am also preparing a cover design … Continue reading
It’s been several months since I last worked on any artwork. Part of that was simply the return to Los Angeles taking up a lot of my attention. And then there was the “settling in” to new patterns in my … Continue reading
My latest effort in the series of art cards is a piece drawn from a photo that my friend Eric Alderfer posted on Facebook. The delicate coloration was a challenge, because none of my ink pens had quite the degree … Continue reading
I took a photo on the fly of Mount Shasta recently, when I drove down to Yreka, California to take care of the smog check and registration for my car. It’s not an ideal photo, because the car was in … Continue reading
For my next picture, I decided to do one of a mountain lake. Reflections are always an interesting thing to tackle. Once I got the foreground in, I decided that it would be best to define the landscape by doing … Continue reading
Because I enjoyed the results of my “stained glass” sunset over water, I decided to challenge myself a bit more. I had a photo reference of a volcanic eruption and wanted to see what I could make of that. This … Continue reading
In the process of doing these art cards for my client, I keep an eye out for images I can work from or ideas I can use. When a friend posted a lovely image of autumn trees on Facebook recently, … Continue reading