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Maario

I do a lot of drawings for my son Charlie over FaceTime. We share a love of Mario. This was my attempt to draw Mario and Bowser without reference. I think they look rad, but Charlie wasn’t impressed.

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Microscope

Just practicing.

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The Love Song of J. Alfred Prufrock

This one is inspired by The love song of J. Alfred Prufrock by T. S Elliot. It was the first poem I remember being effected by. 

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View

This is one of the many views from me and my wife’s Hawaiian honeymoon get away.  

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Wings

I have always enjoyed and been frustrated by drawing wings. Here is one of many attempts to try and understand them more completely. Sorry for the award crops. It’s hard to scan sketchbook pages well.

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of Cats and Cowboys

This page is a collaboration between me and a fella I met on a porch in Portland.

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Pacific Northwest

These are from a visit up to the majestic Pacific Northwest.

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Inner kid

This one came from thinking about people who grow up without really getting any self-awareness. They have adult responsibilities that they try and make the center of their lives, but deep down they just want to play. I think that

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Imaginative wanderings

This page is brought to you by imaginative wanderings. I was drawing the bigger creature and it ended up having this panic in its eyes. That made me think of a mother protecting its young from something. I decided that

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Hands

Along with heads, hands are among the most difficult parts of the human form to deal with. Both are also where so much character and story are held. I like to have pages like this one in my sketchbook every

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