Sketch for cover of upcoming picture book, published to build reading skills, and keep traditional African Folk Tales alive in Africa.
No frogs were injured in the making of this animation. I enjoyed sketching this one, and recording the sound. Can you guess how I made the last sound?
Hope you had a good one!
Playing with acrylic on a palette knife, and painting what landscape I see in my head. I’m going to experiment with oils and palette knife soon and compare the results. 8×10″ canvas, landscape painted around the edges.
A character I created recently. He keeps handy things in is mouth.
An improvised animation, inspired by the notion,”What’s inside the egg?” I like to dabble in animation, and make lines move! It’s magic!
It’s started out as doodle, I was messing with Adobe Ideas on the IPad. The IPad is a credible tool for professional graphics, this is a freehand vector drawing. I’ve wanted to have a cartoon avatar for my blog now I got one!
If it’s been too long since I’ve painted, why not use lots of paint. I enjoyed slopping it on liberally!
6″x6″ Acrylic on canvas panel.
The picture book has been released!
It can be purchased at http://www.khorwakowschoolproject.org/
Buy a book and build a school!
If you live Brookings or see me, I can get a copy to you without shipping and handling if you contact me.
I finished the last of the 28 pages of illustrations today! This is a rendering of the school as it will look, and with traditional dancers celebrating in front. The picture book “David’s Journey”, by David Jal was created to raise funds to build a school in his village in South Sudan. I am celebrating too!