Dallas’s concerned businessman.
Happy to have Dallas stop by and draw up some free form doodles! His work tells stories. I dig it!
Dane’s Phantom woman
Dave’s saggy growler
Dave’s fear of falling
Gus Spencer’s Cloak
Gus‘s contribution to the jam.
Juan’s Angel Heart
Juan came through and supported the jam also.
Konnie’s locked heart
I always dig Konnie’s illustrations and compositions.
Roscoe’s death chop
Roscoe’s flying head
Rosco killed it last night! Really impressed with his use of the graphic printed.
Sarah’s Deer with a beer.
Sarah happend to drop in on the Jam and drew up a deer!
Had a great night at the Scramble Jam last night. Here is some progress the illustrators contributed to the jam. Couldn’t have chose a better venue. Drinks were really good and the pizza was amazing! I hope enjoy the contributions!
Some ink I did over Dan’s original pe
Dan’s Original pencils work on an old torn out page from a book
I can’t remember exactly when I met Dan to be honest. I think it was in 2007. I really dug his work and asked if he had a sketchbook I could purchase. He said he didn’t. I offered to make one for him. At the time I was steady making zines and sketchbooks of my own. He took me up on the offer. I gathered some images he had on line. Sent two copies out to him along with the file. I asked if he would signed one of the copies and send it out to me. He did and included the pencil sketch above.
It wasn’t until recently I had the nerve to try and ink it.
Dan has been real supportive with some of my creative ideas. Maniac Cop being one. That project is a little bit of a long story to go into right now though.
He has also helped with a horror project I shelved before I began my SHE project. The plan is to later bring it into SHE.
I really appreciate Dan’s help and encouragement. So much I thought to post it. To whom ever reads this, check out his work. It really is amazing!
I scored a few of these oversized 13×19″ mid 1980’s paper samples from a friend of mine. The larger format allows me to practice my brush work. The pages I got are all random types of textures and colors. This one is from the “Select” series. Sunset mauve is the color from Levenger/Circa paper company (because I like the specifics). Used white acrylic paint for the highlights which actually works a lot better than the whiteout I used previously.
This drawing is titled “Harpie”
I have quite an affinity for old forgotten items once loved or held to a level of importance. Especially if (even for a few seconds) the item channeled a feeling, emotion, anxiousness or whatever to the previous owner. I believe it is this possible occurrence that makes this item a time machine. Holding the item allows me to imagine a day in the life of this time.
More specifically, when the item was obtained. This idea has enchanted me. So much to the point where I feel the urge to contribute to the item.
Possibly giving it a new life and thus a new identity.
So, brings us a new sub series to my current art obsession Line Travel. These two pieces are from a developing sub series called:
Women’s Institute of Domestic Arts and Sciences 1927
In this collection is a series of very thin test answer sheets slips from The Women’s Institute of Domestic Arts and Science in Scranton Pennsylvania.
What I love the most about drawing directly on these sheets is how thin and fragile the 88 year old paper is! Never to be reproduced, created and preserved just for my quill! This is truly an honor! This collection was accompanied will a few original fashion magazine’s from the year 1927. I am using these magazines as costumed reference. The clothes these women are wearing is inspired from the actual fashion of 1927!!