Here is a portfolio of my illustrations over the years.
This was a pen and ink I did back in 1989. I shot a stat and hand colored it with photo coloring dye.
This is a scan of the original pen and ink drawing. I started with a sketch outline and then did the shading with all dots with the tip of the pen.
My favorite meal is breakfast. Remember these are doodles nothing more.
I must have been watching “The Ten Commandments” with Charlton Heston.
I remain fascinated with shading with dots. This fish is pure imagination…unless they find one in the dark four miles down.
Probably did this after spending way too much time reading Tolkien.
Once in a while I do something with philosophical truth claims. The fact is no two are alike.
I don’t remember the reason but heavy metal keeps coming back as a recurring theme. What was I thinking? Remember these are just doodles.
Another less ambitious stab at heavy metal.
More dots for the man-in-the-moon. I’ve done a few of these in color with photo coloring inks. I always include this verse from Genesis 1:16 “And God made the two great lights—the greater light to rule the day and the lesser light to rule the night—and he made the stars also.” After God made the sun and moon he threw out countless billions of stars. He is an awesome God!
These trucks were for the kids. Never finished them. Me and my boys would head up to the Peterbilt dealership near Foxboro, MA after school just for the fun of it.
I took up the recorder back in the day. I could never make the commitment to practice an instrument. I just wanted to be able to play like an expert without the work. Doooo!
Just a doodle but this one was my attempt at two dimensional depth. I cut the bricks and door knob out with an x-acto knife and then placed another piece of paper behind it and put the color for the bricks and door knob on that so the shadow would be natural. Pixar…eat your heart out.