This is a low-resolution sample of my Agape Calendar mock-up which was not selected for production for 2007 calendar year. Layout, art and photography by me.
Early Automotive Marketing Study - 1959 Pontiac Bonneville, 16" x 24"
Acrylics on hardboard.
Girls Sketch, 12" x 18"
PrismaColor on Illustration board.
Woods, 12" x 20"
on 1/4" Masonite.
30 " x 40"
Acrylic on Illustration Board. See the original commercial below.
Engine: Shaft-driven, 1097cc, 116.00 HP, DOHC 4-valve, liquid-cooled V-4 linked to a 6-speed transmission.
Speedometer shows a 150 mph (240km/h) limit. Top speed: 165.0 mph.
Curved front disc brake grooves, dual piston calipers, and TRAC anti-dive.
Redline is 10,000 rpm with a hydraulically actuated wet-plate clutch.
Compression is high, and the stroke is short. 10.5:1, 3.1" x 2.2
590.8 pounds fully loaded.
Gent, 19" x 24"
of Master Drawing; Charcoal on Paper.
Isn't Free, 20" x 30"
Acrylic on Illustration Board.
20" x 30" prints of this poster, offset on high quality 100 lb.
acid free paper, using fade resistant soy inks and UV coated are available
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Mill , 12" x 24"
and Prismacolor on Illustration Board.
Deposit Bank, 12" x 24"
on .125" Masonite.
in field, 14"
Acrylic on Illustration Board.
With Flower, 8" x 12"
With Streamers, 8" x 10"
& Ink and Markers; edited digitally.
Hunter , 19" x 24"
From Master Sculpture cast. Charcoal on Paper.
@ Woodland Hills, 12" x 24"
on 1/8" Masonite.
Land Of Oz, About 7 x 8 feet. Exterior application.
you want to know the real story behind "The Land of Oz", you need
This was a place which made a great impact on me in
the early 1970's. I was looking for something that I could paint on the
side of this shed which would give the look of some of the old painted barns
you see on the sides of the interstate highways. I also wanted something
which 'looked' old. I nailed old cedar fence boards using uncoated-steel
nails (which would speed rust stains) on the side of the shed (formerly
4 x 8 sheets of ugly masonite) and then set out to come up with a layout
using some of W.W. Denslow's masterful graphics from L. Frank Baum's original
1900 publication of "The Wonderful Wizard of Oz". I made very
small alterations to his works.
originally wanted to paint the scene and make it 'look' faded and worn-
but I started enjoying the process so much, I couldn't stick to that mode.
The scene is about 8 feet tall and is painted using acrylics. I had thought,
the surface of the wood was so rough that I would have to mask and airbrush
the entire painting, but as I worked on it, I came to develop a nice system
of using regular brush-work and only used the airbrush for special areas.
I think it will age well. Hope you enjoy it- be sure and check out the
never gave nothing to the Tin Man that he didn't already have."
n'-ends. This is not a painting; it's my scarecrow that I built for my garden
and it just seemed to fit here. This is an example of high-tech construction
built with a pneumatic nailer and imported burlap.
About 7' tall.
paint on concrete blocks. Interior application. Details below:
Christian Academy, 12" x 20" each.
Digitally edited. From elevations and plot plans.
Precision, 16" x 16".
Design, Compact Disc. Original photography 35mm.
is a compact disc of my multi-media work; Built using Macromedia's Director,
Photoshop and Imageready.
retouch using Adobe Photoshop onto digitally scanned image.