Art by Tracy Bezesky

Where every picture tells a story…

Upcoming Picture Book

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Sketch for cover of upcoming picture book, published to build reading skills, and keep traditional African Folk Tales alive in Africa.

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Poor Froggy

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?

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Happy Halloween Animation

Hope you had a good one!

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Palette Knife Painting

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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.

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New Animation

A character I created recently. He keeps handy things in is mouth.

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What’s in the Egg?

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!

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Cartoon Me!

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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!

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Palette Knife Play

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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.

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Book Released

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.

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Khor Wakow School Celebration

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!

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