Thursday, September 1, 2011
The actual lyrics have a lot more meaning than they appear to, but for this drawing they are more simple and straightforward. I am not happy with the folds in the pants, but I decided to just move on.
The lyrics are from "A Hard Rain's a-Gonna Fall".
Friday, August 12, 2011
One of my favorite lines. I have had a picture stuck in my head about this one for decades. This one isn't as good as the one in my head but it's close!
The lyrics are from "Mr. Tambourine Man". If you're having a bit if trouble reading them they are "Just to dance beneath the diamond sky with one hand waving free."
Thursday, July 14, 2011
Wednesday, June 22, 2011
Tuesday, April 5, 2011
Just a plain old simple chair. I really did think about doing a fancy one...still might. But I went simple on this so what can I say? I always liked drawings that show that black showing around each item. So that's what I did. Now you may ask why that type of chair is sitting on sand. Good question. I have no idea! :o)
The lyrics are from the song "Don't Fall Apart on Me Tonight".
Tuesday, March 22, 2011
Wednesday, March 16, 2011
Again, this is from my imagination which is something I was working on avoiding. It's a bad habit I have so mostly I have not done it in this moleskine. Now I notice that I'm sliding back into that habit again. The next one will be from a reference. Honest.
The lyrics are from the song "Cat's in the Well".
Tuesday, March 8, 2011
Well, not much to say. Completely from the imagination, but inspired by a magazine picture I saw of some children. The poses were similar but they were entirely differemt from these.
The lyrics are from the song "One of us Must Know (Sooner or Later)".
Wednesday, March 2, 2011
Tuesday, February 22, 2011
I hope you can see this. Sometimes it's hard to see animals
when they're seen from an odd viewpoint. These are two of
my late cats. Kittyboy is the white and black one on the left.
Beany is the black one on the right. I took this picture one day,
laughing because Kittyboy hated Beany and wanted no part of him.
This never stopped Beany from trying to be Kittyboy's friend.
The day I took the picture, they were both sleeping. I came in,
Beany woke up, but clearly didn't want to move because (in my
opinion) he knew if he did Kittyboy would wake up and punch him.
So all he moved was his eyeball, to look at me. Kittyboy died
eleven years ago (13 yrs. old). Beany died three years ago
(18 yrs. old). But this picture has made me laugh for all those years.
The lyrics are from the song "Love is Just a Four Letter Word".
They're a little hard to read here, so here they are:
"Outside a rambling storefront window cats meowed till the break of day."
Monday, February 14, 2011
Thursday, February 10, 2011
I never do this. NEVER. But there I was in the doctor's office.
And there IT was. All I had was my paint marker. And a pencil.
So I did it. I colored it in later.
And yes, it was a weird scale...not symmetrical. But then neither am I. :o)
The lyrics are from the song "Jet Pilot"
Monday, January 31, 2011
Tuesday, January 18, 2011
Ten months. TEN months since I've been here. But I'm working on a couple of things. I am a bit rusty. But here is my first go after all this time.
The lyrics are from the song "Sara". They're a little hard to read.
I can still see them playing with their pails in the sand.
They run to the water, their buckets to fill.
I can still see the shells falling out of their hands,
As they follow each other in back of the hill.