February 24, 2009

Church Sketchbook

Tim Kimmel spoke at LCBC this last weekend.

Random and Drawing In Classes

Another Cow Skull

Ron Rumford Speaks

Curator and printmaker Ron Rumford spoke at Messiah College last week. The top one is from the luncheon and the second from his formal presentation.

February 22, 2009


These are for a digital collage that I am currently working on in Computer Art.

February 21, 2009


These are from Advanced Drawing with Professor Daniel Finch where we were asked to respond to the photographed display. The first response was made during one class period. The second was made over a weekend (the dark blue piece). The final piece was done over a week. My response was the triptych which has several problems. Anywho, the dark blue piece was made with many, many layers of water colour and ink applied with my newly acquired airbrush. Details were applied with a brush. The white highlights were made with Dr. Ph. Martin's bleed proof white ink.

The triptych was made with two trusty Koh-I-Nor rapidographs, one with Higgins water proof blue ink and the other with black ink.

February 15, 2009

Drawing In Church

Pastor Keith Walker spoke this morning about oneness in marriage.

Valentine's Day Dinner

The top one is entitled "Steph Looks At The Menu or There Is A 50 Minute Wait If You Used Call Ahead Seating."

February 13, 2009

End of a Sketchbook

From the top: Will at Twice Monthly, a man in a car (minus the car), Phil, Will & Kathleen in Computer Art (Kathleen lacks the ability to sit still), and Elena in Computer Art.

February 10, 2009

Computer Art

We had our first critique of Computer Art with Mr. Andy Bale this morning. We also discussed new ideas of imagery.

February 05, 2009

First Day of the Semester

I sketched as I took notes during the first day of the semester. This class was Advanced Drawing, taught by Daniel Finch.

Andy Goldsworthy

We watched "Rivers and Tides," a documentary about Andy Goldsworthy in Construction and Assemblage class.

Nathean and the Menu

Nathean ponders the menu this last weekend. The sketch does not really resemble him that well but I was caught off guard after he stopped looking down at the menu and had to make up whatever was incomplete.

Why does last week end already feel like it was forever ago?

February 04, 2009

Capital Watch

This month's cartoon for Capital Watch. It doesn't make much sense without its accompanying article.