Sunday, January 23, 2022

Yellow Perch Sketch, Part 2


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Today's yellow perch sketch theme for #SundayFishSketch is to honor Dr. Katie O'Reilly's recent defense thesis. As it so happens, today I was down at the Belle Isle Aquarium doing some volunteer work and snapped a pic of their yellow perches and came home and sketched one of them. Good timing!

Wednesday, January 19, 2022

Monsters, Aliens & Witches Artist Proof Sketch Cards


These are the 5 cards allotted for my Artist proofs from the Monsters, Aliens & Witches set released late last year by T Breyer Unique. The listings are below:

Sunday, January 16, 2022

Dunkleosteus Sketch


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For today's #SundayFishSketch theme I went way back. The theme is to draw fish that we want to see and as so many have already said, I'd love to see just about any fish, I still went to the fossil record. How awesome would it be to see a dunkleosteus? Frightening probably, but fascinating, as well. So, I'll need an armored plated time machine and an armored protected camera and/or sketchbook for this journey.

Friday, January 14, 2022

N is For Nute...


N is for Nute who began
a sizable blockade of lies.

The letter N from my unpublished (maybe someday) Star Wars A-Z book, Yoda is Small and Other Such utterances. Nute Gunray is a fun character to draw. 

Wednesday, January 12, 2022

Ultraman Sketch Cards


Last summer I was asked to do some Ultraman sketch cards for RR Parks Cards and how could I say no to that? These are the pack inserted cards and I will show my Artist Proof cards soon. 

Sunday, January 9, 2022

Pufferfish Sketch


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This week's #SundayFishSkecth is a pufferfish. The theme is fish that have a biomechanical adaptation. I believe that the pufferfish fits this description with its ability to change shape and hopefully, if it's wrong a kind scientist will correct me. 

Friday, January 7, 2022

M Is For Maz...

Time for another Star Wars A-Z image from my unpublished book, entitled Yoda is Small and Other Such Utterances.

M is for Maz who
has big adjustable eyes.

This was the very first drawing that I did for the project. I had in mind a very Edward Gorey look and feel to it, but as you can see, it took off on a path all its own. The spirit is still there, though.