Saturday, June 18, 2011
Well, as promised, I am trying to post more often. As I draw, I hope to sharpen and improve my skills. This may seem to be an obvious and unnecessary statement. After all, don't all caricaturist strive to improve their craft? Many, maybe even most do. But there are those who's skills and technique don't seem to change even after many years. They seem to have lost the joy of the art. It becomes just another way to make some money. But while I do not scoff at the money making aspect of drawing caricatures, I feel that if you are blessed to be able to do caricatures, you should always seek to take your art to new levels. This principal, of course, applies to any aspect of life. More on this later. Here are a few more pics from the GA Aquarium and a couple of corporate events.
Sunday, June 12, 2011
Sunday, June 5, 2011
Here is some more from the Aquarium and from a gig I did Saturday in Chattanooga, Tennesse with fifteen other caricaturists for six hours. It is a great pleasure of mine to draw along side of other caricaturists. We have a lot of fun (though it was 95 degrees!!) and I get to admire and learn alot. Can't wait for this years ISCA convention. Because of my steady work at the Aquarium and some increased gig work, I have high hopes to make it this year. It has been too long and I miss my extended "family" of artists.
He saved us, not on the basis of deeds which we have done in righteousness, but accordind to His mercy, by the washing of regeneration and renewing by the Holy Spirit," Titus 2:5 Do not trust in yourself for salvation, simply accept what Christ has already done for you! Grace to you!
Friday, June 3, 2011
Man! It has been very rough for me the last few months, but I am starting to get back on my feet. Since I am working more regularly, I should be able to post more often. Here are a few recents from my work at the Georgia Aquarioum.