We moved Blythe out of the pack & play and into the crib in her sister’s room, so I have a dedicated drawing space again! Woohoo!
I made some minor but, to me, significant changes to my website. I’m still pretty happy with this design after all this time.
I’m selling off old original drawings!
This one’s line drawing is printed on a transparency and painted on the flip side.
In Minnesota I would sometimes stay the day with friends who lived on a farm. Once a year or so they would make a gigantic pile of silage to feed to the cows. And we’d go out and shovel that stuff into wheelbarrows before the sun came up. Heat stored up beneath the crust of the silage pile, and steam would pour out when we dug into it.
I like to draw people walking along in rural areas with their dogs.
This one is vaguely the neighborhood I grew up in, in central Minnesota, where the homes were 1/3 houses with families, 1/3 mostly-vacant lakeside cabins, and 1/3 trailers inhabited by retirees.