Here’s a painting I’m doing today! Haven’t shown the process before. Here are the pencils for the painting. Now I’ll prep it for watercolor and post that soon.
Here’s the color version of the drawing I posted last night!
Trilby is strolling through the woods to a picnic and is bothered by an intruding alien & his transportation device. The lone extraterrestrial inquires as to the nearest burger joint. Trilby points the way to the The Burger Inn, though, in truth, he’s not quite sure where he is at the moment.
Gave a talk today in Dunnellon of local and statewide Florida heroes. It was one of my typical full-of-energy free-for-alls. Had a great crowd! Even signed/drew in some Swampy’s Florida Dunnellon books!
I drew many things. Including the elusive Florida Long-Tailed Flying Gargoyle.
I’m giving more talks in the next month in Marion and Pasco Counties. I’ll post more next week! Maybe some of you all can come!
— at Dunnellon Public Library.
With my Swampy’s Florida at Dunnellon’s Boomtown yesterday. With me is City Commissioner Penny Fleeger, Jeff Smith and Tessa Noell helping out. Big crowds and lot’s of folks wanting to know about our great state of Florida!
Celebrating 5 years of Swampy books in Lakeland with the person who first put the gears in action – Terisa Glover, or a reasonable facsimile thereof.
Also thanks to Tim Reynolds and The Knowledge Exchange for keeping the books going!
Out here in Palm Bay picking up the brand new Dunnellon book!
#15 in the series of Swampy’s Florida premieres this Saturday at the Florida SpringsFestival at Silver Springs State Park. Swampy …and me…will be there with all of the books to sign and doodle in. Stop by and let’s talk about traveling our great state of Florida to discover more of it’s incredible history, heritage and culture!
I’ll also be videoing more ‘Man in the Swamp’ reports there! Step in for a quickie interview!
This is a watercolor painting and will be available soon as a Swampy’s Florida print.
This is the finished color art for an upcoming Swampy’s Florida product. There’s a bit more to this, but I’m leaving that for the Swampy’s Florida page. Look for it there.
Time for me to get back to “On the Drawing Board”. Sure motivated me to get more artwork done. This is for the Swampy website to help explain the characters. Been meaning to do this for a long time and a conversation with friend Cheryl Otero and listening in on motivator Bob “The Teacher” got me to set some other art aside and get this done. First met Bob over five years ago during the great Ken MacArthur’s motivating conference.
Another of the images being used for upcoming Swampy’s Florida Christmas cards! It’s ready for color!