I like the depth in this one. Bob's a lucky guy to have your illustrations in his book, that's for sure.(Hmm, if I ever get around to writing one, I know who I want!)
It would be a pleasure.
These are wonderful illustrations-I can see how much you enjoyed them- andthe freshness that you've brought to them.Looking forward to the rest!
Thanks Memi, They're sure to make it out at some point. 27th here we come.
Stephen--Your artwork continues to dazzle me. You are posting some great stuff. You may have told us already in cyberspace, but how do you get your textures in your washes--, crayon, wax, glue, masking fluid????
Hey Terry, with the sketch that you commented on the resist was achieved by dragging a candle lengthwise across the paper, it give an unpredictable texture that is fun to work against. Give it a go, you can be selective about where you apply it. When I work in a Moleskine sketchbook the paper often has the resist built in but I find the paper quality of Moleskines to be inconsistent. Good luck Terry, I think you might enjoy experimenting.
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