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The 29th Annual PorkOut – Fancy Pig Drawing

January 4, 2014

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This last September, the Joshua Center for Neurological Disorders held the 29th annual PorkOut auction dinner. I entered another drawing of a pig into the auction, along with another “drawing of the highest bidder’s choice” and raised $100 more than last year. The pig raised $500, the other item raised $600 (split among two bidders). […]

My Father – Happy New Year

January 3, 2014

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I’ve worked a month and a half on this drawing. One of my best yet. I took this photograph on a hike to the top of Han’s Peak in Steamboat, Colorado. He’s wearing my pair of mirrored Premium Knockaround sunglasses, so I thought it would be a cool picture. I set a high exposure and […]

Drawing of Gandalf – Art Class

May 8, 2013

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This is unrelated to my Intro to Mass Media project. I did this yesterday and Monday during art class.

Tiger Drawing

April 30, 2013

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I did this in graphite in my art class between yesterday and today. I plan on working more on it.

New Horse Drawing – My Sister And Her Horse Marika

April 14, 2013

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I will be starting a new project soon. For a while, my sister has been pestering me to draw her a portrait of her and her favorite horse, Marika. The last horse I drew (link) was for a woman named Becky Buchanan. She’s my sister’s riding instructor and has been since my sister started in […]

Horse is Complete!

December 2, 2012

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I visited Lawrence two weeks ago with my sister to deliver my drawing to Becky. She seemed to love it  and she showed it off to a few friends :). I think I did a great job on it, but again, I did something slightly off. This time the nose was a little skinnier than […]

Dog Drawing is Complete

December 2, 2012

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Best one yet! I finished this last weekend. This has been my most realistic by far. Specifically because of the background element. Without the surroundings, the subject looks merely like a portrait. For example, the horse looked incredible when it was finished, but it was definitely just a portrait. With the background, it would have better achieved […]