Downtown Tucson on a summer Sunday. There used to be glass globes on the lightposts. Looks loose and a little splashy, but I spent a lot of time drawing and then chasing the light again. Still want to do some touch ups. 8″x10″ on Arches 130# paper.
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Number 20 in the 30-in-30 Challenge. On the trail to Douglas Spring. Great rocks all along the way. Great day to hike. Saw giant jackrabbits, a bobcat (running across the road) and a herd of javelina.
Number 19 in the 30-in-30 Challenge. Anyone familiar with Tucson may know of the Blue Willow restaurant. Big blue mugs full of cafe au lait and chai. Plates full of world-class pancakes (I am a pancake snob). Huevos Rancheros. Bacon Avocado Omelette. Been going here for years. Comfort food.
Number 17 in the 30 -in-30 Challenge. Holyfield has a nipped off ear. This guy was sprawled across a sunny bench when I photographed him. Cats have unique squints, sometimes that Clint Eastwood squint. Usually not.
Number 16 in the 30-in-30. Resorting to rough studies to try to make quota. Washboard-looking clouds at sunrise were so awesome I tried to get that essence. Ended up in a perspective analysis. All stuff I already knew, but didn’t take time to get it straight in my head before putting brush to paper. 14″x11″
Post number 15 in the 30-in-30 Challenge. This is my crassula likeipodes, aka Watch Chain. It’s tiny and tough and really cool looking. 5″ x 7″. Like it? Name your price!
Post number 14 in the 30-in-30 Challenge. Another northern Arizona subject. 5″ x 7″. Like it? Name your price!