Hot off the presses! Just now did this. I like hands! 9×12″ sketchbook, with Prismacolor and Pitt pen. I am inspired by the fact Darrell Fusaro doodles daily! My fave quote from him, “When I first do the things on my To Do List that I am most enthusiastic about, everything else gets done effortlessly!”
Somebody cares about my photography! Am proud to be helping build Google Maps. My favorite map app; I have written numerous reviews of local and other NorCal eateries, hangouts, fave retailers and such. Am glad to be reading the patterns. Following the trends!
I know Jami on Facebook and Katya in real life. I took their photos and mine in our sexy moments, and drew these in #2 pencil in my sketchbook.
I borrowed from a wall mural at a local wifi cafe. Andrew, one of the owners, just had a baby girl! Micah is his brother. They serve up coffee, tea, bagels, panini and salads, etc. I borrowed light and shadow from the table next to me. Added the chandelier, and turned a Millennial male customer with flowered grey shorts on into T-Rex.
I saw a T-Rex puppets at the nearby ePuppets store. I am praying for an economic healing in Mount Shasta. So sorry to see Village Books and Crystal Angels close! Boo!
I definitely recommend drawing in cafes! I borrowed from the Wassayaks wall mural, some of its furniture, and a young guy, to whom I gave a T-Rex head. He keeps his own shorts and t-shirt!
Danielle is the proprietor of ePuppets on North Mount Shasta Blvd! He’s my biggest collector. I name him “a believing mirror”. Every artist needs at least one! He sells children’s toys and games. I encourage all travelers along I-5 in Northern California to stop by and buy some toys! Parents and grandparents take note! Below is Danielle with his Altar….
This was done shortly after I read about the Bataclan Theatre massacre in Paris. It was grisly. The French President allegedly kept this a secret. It was as bad as Munich 1972 terror.
At left is an RCMP cop, also known as a “Mountie” in Canada. At the top is Justin Trudeau, the current PM of Canada. I’m glad he replaced Stephen Harper! At right is a Vancouver Canuck hockey player. Vancouver is the capital city (I think) of the British Columbia Province, which is on the lower left coast of Canada. I have been there. I was 11, and I remember it as cold and foggy. I was VERY startled by a giant foghorn, which blasted out the first notes of “O Canada”, their national anthem!