Dick West (deceased) and Joseph Pulitzer

Pen and watercolor stains-- I don't think I've figured out what I'm doing with the watercolor yet. I was compelled to color it because of the texture of the paper-- it's rough and practically invites watercolor, but it doesn't hold up to the moisture and makes drawing on the flip side a bit wobbly in addition to it's natural pen-resistant ruggedness.
...Maybe I'll just stop with the watercolor; the goal is to draw heads. Color isn't the point. (Sure looks dull without it, though.)
...The End


  1. You write very well.

  2. Thank you. I always wanted to be a writer, but I found that you can draw a picture and get an immediate reaction; if you write something, you have to trick a person into spending the time reading it and then hope that it moves them enough one way or the other to bother commenting on it.

    I write stuff on the blog rather carefully sometimes, with the notion that no one is really looking at it. I mostly do it for myself, so I can't say thanks enough. THANKS!