I sent this card to my good friend Betty and her husband Russ. I used two separate photos for inspiration. I like the way it appears that Russ is looking adoringly at his wife.
This is the last of my homework assignments for the class I took on Comics. Make a comic using a child, a balloon that comes to life somehow, and a park. I’m calling this comic, Balloon.
I enjoyed this short class of 5 sessions. I learned enough to be able to entertain myself, and hopefully others. I am figuring out ways to use what I have learned in other areas of my work, though haven’t actually tried them out yet. Things like storyline, and stick drawing sketches to get that story told.
A mile stone that is approximately 2,000 years old directs us to Shepard’s Field.
I caught my cousin trying to take my picture, Shepard’s Field in the background.
I’m home from my tour of the holy lands. I didn’t get the chance to complete my sketch journal. We were constantly on the move! So I’ll be working on finishing it using the photos from my trip as a guide. The dates on the sketches won’t be when they were sketched, but instead, when the images were captured. Here is a sketch of the statue of St Jerome. St Jerome is best known for his translation of the Bible into Latin.