Mostly sketches. Occasionally a painting. Nothing political other than caricatures reinforcing the truism "Politics is Show Business for Ugly People".
Cool! Hit the deadline.
Made it! Dig the board pieces
How fun! Those are some interesting game pieces. I remember sketching some of the D&D lead miniatures back in the 1980s.Your landscape is good too. I like the shadows on the mountain.
Ron, this stuff is so dang good. I am volunteering myself as publisher for your sketch book collection. The lead figures! Too much!!
I like the creature figures too. Must be nice to see GREEN mountains nearby. The Ocean here has NO hold over me. I miss the mountains of the Sierra Nevada's. Too bad I can't find work near them.
Deane, the game is a hoot. There's some plastic soldiers and ships and five good size mythological creatures. I'm thinking of setting up a few more action scenes. Regardless, drawing mini's is certainly a fun substitute for the euro-academic practice of copying plaster casts.Krayon, its a shame you haven't yet found an appreciation for the sea, no two days are the same at the beach.Davis, I expect some highfalutin commentary if you do. Stratospheric stuff, run-on sentences, internally contradictory...
Davis, I expect some highfalutin commentary if you do. Stratospheric stuff, run-on sentences, internally contradictory...I can't tell if that's a knock at art commentary...or my writing style.Either way--I'm there!
One of my art books is written in that style. Francis Bacon. I'm sure many find it insightful, but I don't understand it.
You don't write that way.
Ron, please do some action scenes with these figures, I'm sure thaty will be great. Haven't played any games (board, card, role playing) in years. Unfortunately you've given an idea that will have to be put on the back burner for now.
A backburner idea that will gnaw at you until you do something about it.Deane, do you get you css knowledge by looking at the code in Dreamweaver. I've been using that program lately
Ellis, I know it will. Just have to see if I can squeeze it in with all of the things I “gotta” do.I don’t know much about css, but I really want to learn Dreamweaver. Dan says he'll teach me when things are a little less hectic at his school.
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