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I have been working on an 8×10 scratchboard of a wolf. I am working from a wonderful reference photo taken by Gary Wilson.
I have started working on my next scratchboard drawing. This one will be a16x20 of a bull elk. So far I have been using a tungsten carbide scribe and scalpel blades.
I have finished my scratchboard of the Anemone Flowers. I have never done flowers in scratchboard, so this was done as a challenge to step away from what I am comfortable with and work on different techniques. I used scalpel blades, carbide-tungsten scribe, fiberglass brush, and electric eraser on the image. I used Ampersand Inks […]
I am stepping out of my comfort zone and away from wildlife for my next scratchboard piece. I have started working on a small 3″ x 4.75″ board of flowers called anemone. I have been using a scratchboard nib, carbide scribe and a scalpel so far. I am just about ready to add some color […]
I am getting close to finishing my new art desk. I need to build the drawers yet, but the rest of it is ready for the final sanding and finishing. I decided not to put a light table in it. I am really happy with how it looks.
Here is my latest scratchboard. It is a 5″x7″ of a great horned owl. I have a couple of hours into it so far. I have been using a scalpel blade and carbide scribe to this point.
I attended the Pride of Dakota show this past weekend in Bismarck, ND and it was very fun to see everyone that stopped by and said hi. The attendence was amazing and set a new record for the weekend. I had a very good location for my booth even though the lighting was horrible. I […]
I’m building a new art desk for myself. I’m constructing it out of Hickory wood. It will have a tilting drawing table with a built-in light table when it is all done.
This is my latest scratchboard. It is an 8 x 10 image. So far I have only used carbide tungsten scribe.
11×14 Pencil Portrait I just finished this pencil portrait of Erin. It is a triple portrait that I did for her grandparents as she graduated from high school this year. This is the fourth portrait of their grandchildren that I have done so far. It is an 11×14 on Crescent cold-press illustration board.