Here’s something fun… back in 2014 I posted a little color sketch of William Wallace. Sergio Clemente from Spain just did a 3-d render of it and I think he did an excellent job!
Here’s something I worked on last summer that was a lot of fun. It’s the first in a series of old west stories, THE HANGING JUDGE. When we were initially talking about the project, I suggested that the books should look like worn out… Continue Reading “The Hanging Judge”
I’ve been super busy this year working on a really fun project. I can’t say too much about it because it has not gone to press yet, but in a nutshell, I’m cranking out a series of westerns as fast as I can… and… Continue Reading “Old West Book Series”
Everyone in the U.S. was taught about the great moments in American history, but are you aware there were many similar events in Pigeon history… like that time George Squawkington crossed a frozen Delaware River.
Jack-O-Lanterns have been around for centuries and probably originated from on old Irish Folktale about Jack who was pretty much a jerk when he was alive so when he died he was condemned to walk the earth with a lantern and that creeped the… Continue Reading “Jack-O-Lanterns”
Super busy right now. A quick color study from my sketchbook. I’m currently in rigorous training for the Tour De Donut… which basically means I’m on a first name basis with the folks at the local donut shop.
I’ve been extremely busy for the last several months, so not a lot of posts happening on the old blog. One of my jobs was drawing an old time Salvation Army Band… for the Salvation Army of all people… in Canada – ay! Big fun!
Yes, it is Chief Crazy Horse riding his… well… crazy horse.
DancesWithWeasels made a solemn vow to find out who the jerk was that TP’d his teepee… even if it took him the rest of his life.
The carnival was in town, and even though William Wallace had an epic battle scheduled for the next morning, he and his friends still visited the face painting booth. …the last picture is a little something for Hearthstone players. 🙂
It’s been a while since we last checked in with Big Chief Tablet and his rambunctious band of TuhTONKa Fire Engines. Here we see DancesWithWeasels checking for tornadoes in Oklahoma. The last tornado that rolled through blew away all the milk cows… it was an udder… Continue Reading “Big Chief Tablet”
A few weeks ago, I ran across a replay of the Cowboys And Aliens movie on TV. (Spoiler Alert: the movie contains cowboys, indians and ALIENS). In the opening scene, a really interesting looking cowboy with a stove pipe hat rides into the story. Thinking he was a really… Continue Reading “Cowboys And Aliens”
Folks keep remaking The Three Musketeers movie and they all seem to be pretty good, (no doubt because it’s a pretty good story), but I think my favorite is the 1973-74 version. It has a certain Marx Brothers quality to it that I really… Continue Reading “The Three Musketeers”