The final installment of drawings focuses on people; historic and otherwise.
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.
This gallery contains 30 photos.
Continuing my uploading of my drawings with the Birds.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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!