|I ran out of white paint so I haven't finished the bushes in the bottom corner yet.|
|Note: This is a picture of my friend Socrates, not the ancient Greek.|
|Dad watching golf.|
|Random cartoon sketch practice|
|Octopus vulgaris. (This guy is currently mounted on my dashboard)|
|"tortuga" - this will make a lot more sense if you watch Breaking Bad|
One night I dreamt I had a brain tumor, and the next day I made this.
I call it "Wasteland" after a TS Eliot poem I like.
|"And the dead tree gives no shelter, the cricket no relief, And the dry stone no sound of water. |
Only There is shadow under this red rock." -T.S. Eliot, "The Waste Land," 1922
|(more pictures here)|
|Flying Spaghetti Monster!|
|From the covered bridge near Milford, NH|
|Shot of the bridge, finished in Photoshop|
|At my parents' place, where I grew up|
|Kachemak Bay, Alaska|
|My friend Scott fishing in Sadie Cove, Alaska|
|Professor Larry T. Bates, Baylor Law School|
|My old boss, U.S. Rep. Paul Hodes, NH-02|
Well, that's a basic portfolio of some of my artistic endeavors over the last few years. Clearly I am not a professional and have no formal training in anything art-related, but for an amateur who dabbles in his free time, I think some of them aren't half bad. What do you think?