Blocking in as symphony.
CP-Meer Water Sky 1
John Graham inspired Italian Lady study.
I should know who this is. ...Carole Lombard?
Windows to the soul
They deserve a better epigram. Quickly jotted cityscape.
Gesture study, live model at Society of illustrators.
ladies, ladies, ladies.
Piles of hair.
Gesture study of Maybird in Little Cottonwood Canyon, while standing in 10 feet of snow.
20 minute pose, Society of Illustrators
Color and value notes of Tahoe view.
Still unrealized masterwork "Show Pony".
Studies towards a fine art piece I recently picked up again.
Study for Drunken Boat
Don't remember where I swiped this from.
Not sure if this is a DeHaviland sister or a Renaissance copy; but liked the restfulness of it.
From a train ride upstate. Miss this guy.
Notes towards an Illustrated poem I'd worked "Winsome Mongoose" thinking about a friend. I should probably finish it.
CP-Meer Water Sky 4
CP-Meer Water Sky 3
Meer - Water Sky 2
Caricature drawings of William F. Buckley. Because he's just perfect.
The real beginning of my love for landscapes. View is of Tanner Flats' "Maybird" mountain near Snowbird in Utah. Drawing it as a tempo.
Love this girl. Worked with her for a million years.
I think I was mocking my friend Paul Lee in this sketch. All of his shit was swoony at the time. ...and then he went on to draw Spiderman.
This little guy is just adorbs.
ex-gf modeling and some hell-beast. two separate things.
studies for Cream of Swee
Ah, I see. I'm numbering again.
More brush work less pen work.
Moving to brush and wash.
Tree on a hillside at Jackie Robinson park, in Harlem
Copse, abstraction. Nolde calling.
Copse, pattern and desnity
small shrub at Corlear's Hook Park, NY.
view of a 19th C. plant along the Brooklyn shore.
1st IPad Tree
View up the canyon from my mother's home in SLC.
The Meer island became my muse for the better part of a year.
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