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The techniques used in drawing in ink vary from cross hatching (overlapping lines at different angles), stippling (small ink dots), splattering (ink applied with a stiff brush or tooth brush in the form of a varying size dot pattern), and wavy lines, to name a few. All of the ink lines are drawn freehand with no straightedge tools used. This gives more feeling and character to the drawing and does not have that hard, mechanical edge to it.


Bunker Gear
Bunker Gear
Bunker Gear

Bunker Gear
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Boot Brigade
Boot Brigade
Boot Brigade

Boot Brigade
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Grazing In The Grass
Grazing In The Grass
Grazing In The Grass

Grazing In The Grass

Victorian Vacancy
Victorian Vacancy
Victorian Vacancy

Victorian Vacancy
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Cats N' Hats
Cats N' Hats
Cats N' Hats

Cats N' Hats
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Carolina Dusting
Carolina Dusting
Carolina Dusting

Carolina Dusting
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Ageless Puppy Love
Ageless Puppy Love
Ageless Puppy Love

Ageless Puppy Love
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Crooked Creek Store
Crooked Creek Store
Crooked Creek Store

Crooked Creek Store
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R.I.P.
R.I.P.
R.I.P.

R.I.P.
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Leon's Neon
Leon's Neon
Leon's Neon

Leon's Neon
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Damp Under There...Could Be Spiders
Damp Under There...Could Be Spiders
Damp Under There...Could Be Spiders

Damp Under There...
Could Be Spiders

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Stand By Me
Stand By Me
Stand By Me

Stand By Me
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I generally start with an idea of what the drawing will consist of. If it is an actual place or props that I have found in my research, I will photograph it very throughly from different angles to capture the composition I will use in the final drawing. I also take close-up shots of various elements so that no detail is lost in the completed artwork. You may be wondering why I work from photos and not do the drawing in the field at the site. Because of the amount of detail in my drawings, It takes an average of 75 hours to complete the original drawing. By referring to the photographs, all the angles of light and shadows are captured.



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