The squadron’s patience was wearing thin. Luke would tell the same stories over and over, like the time he would bulls eyes womp rats back at home. Nobody was impressed.
Mr. Baba brought his drink in closer to protect from spillage. To distill hostility, he flashed the peace sign. But it was too late for Ponda.
My table from this weekend at Seattle’s ECCC. Inventory got clobbered early, and was a good show overall.
It’s been kinda of a ritual to have breakfast down at Pike Street Market before the show. If my memory is right, this is my 6th time in Seattle for the show, 8th overall. Today it’s Lowell’s, salmon scrambler.
Not much time for art today. Mentally getting ready to travel to ECCC. Through I did start putting some ideas down for a pen and ink batman scene commission I need to get done. Going for a Ra’s Al Ghul Lazurus Pit theme.
Not sure if I like the monotone theme starting to happen. We will see were it goes.
Women’s faces are one of the most difficult things for me to paint. I lean on tracing paper pretty heavy to work out the finer details.
A potential commission for a client in Australia.