Drawings Repository – People

The final installment of drawings focuses on people; historic and otherwise.

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Drawings Repository – Landscapes

The penultimate installment of drawings from my website. These are a catchall category of images mostly involving the icons and landscapes of Montana (except for the barn which was located in the Tetons in Wyoming.

 

Drawings Repository – Birds

Continuing my uploading of my drawings with the Birds.

 

Drawings Repository – Animals

Over the next several days I will be working to move my drawings onto my WordPress site as I have decommissioned my website. I have started with the Animal drawings as they were generally the ones people were most interested in.

 

I am Finally on Etsy

In order to make ordering easier and to avoid having to make HTML coding changes just to provide new items for sale, I have migrated my sales to Etsy.

Here is the link to the new page on Etsy.

I am currently only offering the Notecards and Playing Cards for sales on the new page, but I may eventually migrate my existing prints there as well, depending on feedback. I have scaled back significantly on web sales and have mostly been selling through galleries, but the online store makes things easier for me to manage so I might promote a bit more in the future.

Also, stay tuned for potential woodworking items for sale coming through Etsy as well. I have some commissions I am currently working on so it will be a month or so, but I hope to have them available there before the end of February.

Well, THAT’S new!

It’s been quite a while since I posted anything and even longer since it was art-related. I was recently contacted by an Air Force Master Sergeant requesting the use of one of my drawings for the nose of a UH-1N Helicopter (a Huey to us civilian folks). I have gotten some interesting requests over the years requesting the use of my artwork on things like Christmas ornaments, t-shirts, even a Cub Scout flag, but this one really has to be the topper.

The image in question is a bust of a pronghorn antelope and is one of the few drawings of a pronghorn and one of the few color drawings I have done. Here is the original image.

Original pronghorn antelope study drawing in color.

Well, the nose art is completed and the Major Sergeant sent me the files after just a couple of weeks. They flipped the drawing and added a green tint so that it blends into the paint scheme of the helicopter. I think it turned out great and I couldn’t be more thrilled. What a wonderful Christmas present and a reminder of just how much I love seeing artwork put to unique uses!

DSC00488DSC00490Have a great Christmas and a Happy New Year!