Our dog, Mouse, drawn with pen and watercolor on smooth Bristol board.
“It is a happy talent to know how to play.” ~Ralph Waldo Emerson
This comic was inspired by my sister and my wife’s childhood memories and was created as a follow up to “The Pink Cape”.
-Download the PDF version of this comic from Dan’s itch.io page-
This download is FREE, but I’ll happily accept small payments to support my art material and web server expenses. Thanks, Dan
One of my old drawings, featuring a scene from my drive to work.
In Zebrar We Trust!
My wife is a Clemson football fanatic and the tiger is Clemson’s mascot, so I felt compelled to create this monument to orange and purple!
Visit Redbubble, to get the Tiger as a sticker, art board, t-shirt, scarf, and many other items.
For the past two-and-a-half months, I have been posting my drawings on my Instagram account. Many artists participate in Instagram’s media sharing community, due to the ease and speed with which images can be posted and seen using mobile devices. I’ve found Instagram to be a valuable way to enjoy other artists’ creations and to share my art projects.
A week ago, I started urban sketching. I drew my first urban sketch (above) and I had such a fun time that I just did it again!
What is urban sketching? It’s an artistic approach to engaging with the world around us. A global community of artists (sketchers) use drawings and storytelling to “See the World, One Drawing at a Time.” Urban sketchers agree to follow the spirit of the following manifesto:
- We draw on location, indoors or out, capturing what we see from direct observation.
- Our drawings tell the story of our surroundings, the places we live and where we travel.
- Our drawings are a record of time and place.
- We are truthful to the scenes we witness.
- We use any kind of media and cherish our individual styles.
- We support each other and draw together.
- We share our drawings online.
- We show the world, one drawing at a time.
Do your pets watch too much TV?