The kid kind of looks like an elf in this.
Waiting for Sam to finish his lesson and just wrapped up a call. Quick sketch of a dumpster.
My gal likes to sleep :)
Waiting for Sam to finish his lesson so thought I would draw what was in front of me. Using Paper by 53 and my Sensu.
I love our courtyard.
Simple, fast, I in landscape… going to sleep.
Another in the series of ‘letters in the Landscape’.
Quick sketch of Gloria while we sit and talk about our day with each other. Ok, it’s sort of a scary portrait but she is pretty tired.
It’s another in the Alphabet/Landscape series.
I am guessing that E is next.
Another letter in the landscape.
Another letter in the landscape. I like these.
Another from the Creative World floor while showing the Sensu Brush to thousands of visitors to the show in Frankfurt, Germany. I like this one.
Gloria commented to me the other day that if one were to assess her life through my blog they would summize that she slept a lot and usually with a cat on her.
Yikes it has been busy and I have not been keeping up with the daily painting. Is it the end? Hmmmm.
I kicked backed by the fire last night and listened to election results come in while enjoying some lovely beers. Also, had my iPad handy to paint a bit but I used it mostly for watching the amazing election map that the New York Times had on their homepage.
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This is some sort of igloo house kind of thing. It has one skylight…. hmmm, maybe it is more of a man cave.
At dinner my son Sam joked that we should be cooking with crude oil.
Little sleeping Gloria nestled in pillowland.
While I like the quality of the sketch here, Gloria looks a bit like Jabba the Hut using an iPhone in this drawing (I mentioned this to Gloria and, well, wished I hadn’t :). Of course, in reality she looks nothing like the Hut….
Just laying down resting the dogs. And the sore finger. And the brain (not shown).
Cats get to lounge a lot.
Maybe an idea for illustration.
Actually, this should be titled, ‘Mason at the Doctor’s office thinking about the Dark Knight Rises, non-stop…’ His rash is now under control.
A mad face, done quickly in the app Paper with my Sensu.
Gloria and I started doing a bit of summer clearing out. It usually leaves us feeling a bit overwhelmed and amazed at how much can accumulate. She was feeling a bit stunned...
Using Paper, making faces. Did a version with color but liked the line art better.
This guy looks sort of tired and grumpy.
Dan and I had some quality hanging out time in the courtyard after work today.
Not much time to draw after a crazy day at work and going to see Sam in a play. He was awesome!
It has been hectic. And this is how I’m feeling. Though I don’t smoke. Yet.
Some times you just sit and draw and it really doesn’t have to make any sense. But I do think there are a couple faces with big chins in here...
I took our friend Jane (who is visiting from England) to my favorite pub, the Whip In, last night. Good food, some Milk Stout and fabulous music by Vana Mazi.
I’m not really sure what this is but I like it. Part lizard, part toad, part calligraphy.
I was having fun with the app Paper and my Sensu brush. Changing the speed with which you move the brush changes the line width.
Our black cat Izze laying on the sidewalk, probably collecting fleas. Using the app Paper for this drawing.
Here is a seven minute video of me using the app, Paper by 53. A very nice app that has a nifty user interface, and a simplified, but satisfying set of tools. I love the parameters that the developers set for this drawing and sketching tool.
Just another beer glass. This was a New Belgium Belgo IPA. Not so crazy about the beer but like the drawing. Using the app Paper.
I’m sure it is not an original idea for an illustration, but it is todays daily painting. Using the Sensu brush with app Paper.
And another face using Paper. I love the pen in this app.
I was using the app Paper (by 53) for this funny looking guy.
A couple drawings from some sketchy (in a good way) apps. The cactus was done in SketchTime and the portrait below was done in Paper. Both are very nice apps with nice thought (and restraint) in regards to the user experience. And variable line width, which is fantastic in my opinion.
Sitting in the courtyard on a lovely night in Texas. Watching a little tea candle flicker away while drawing the newly updated Paper app.