Here is Clockwork 4 – Death, the last picture in the series. In this one, the man has grown old. He lives in comfort, enjoying the wealth he has amassed. But it doesn’t matter. His life is over now. Time has caught up with him.
And a sinus headache has caught up with me, so I’m going to get ready for bed. I hope you have a great week.
Tomorrow I start my new job. I’m excited and nervous.
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And here’s the third picture in the Clockwork series. In this drawing, the man is middle-aged. He is miserable and frustrated and caught up in the rat race. You can see the clock robot in the background, running toward him with an axe. I’ll post the fourth and final picture a little bit later.
I hope you all have a nice weekend. I quit my job today after working there for five years. I start my new one on Monday. God is good.
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Here’s the second picture in the Clockwork series. In this one, the main character is no longer a fetus growing on a tree. He’s a teenager now. And he’s in love.
I’m about to start a new job soon, so I won’t be posting quite as frequently for a while. I want to focus most of my energy and attention on learning my new job skills. I’ll need to clear my head and put my creative stuff on hold. But I’ll still keep posting these old Clockwork drawings.
Have a lovely week.
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Here’s a photo of Clockwork 1 – Birth, the first picture in a four-part series I did back in the summer of 2010. I posted it on my Facebook page last night and I thought I would share it here too.
I hope you’re having a good week. In my corner of the world, it feels like spring is slowly easing in. The snow is long gone and the tree frogs are singing outside.
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Snowflakes are pouring down outside and icicles are hanging everywhere. I haven’t worked since Monday. I’m enjoying my vacation so far. Last night, I spent three hours cleaning out my living room closet, a task I’ve avoided for years. Now it’s immaculate. Right now, it’s a little after three o’clock in the morning and I’ve been drawing most of the night. I’m eating leftover candy canes, drinking hot cocoa, and listening to Overnight America on KMOX via the internet. (I used to listen to KMOX on a little AM radio back in 2000 when I was staying in a cabin in the woods with no electricity. I have happy memories of those times.)
This is a drawing of my friend Brittany Rosser, a girl I used to work with at the mill. I told her I would draw her a long, long time ago. I just now got around to it.
Hope you all have a nice Valentine’s Day.
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Here’s a drawing I started last night and finished this morning. It’s a picture of Jessicka, one of my Twitter friends. I enjoyed drawing her because she has thousands of miles of hair. She actually has blue hair, but I didn’t feel like breaking out the colored pencils. Too tedious. Maybe I will later.
Now I’m going to get ready for the ice storm/blizzard that’s supposed to be coming through. I hope you have a great week.
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This is a drawing of Flo the Progressive Girl. I started it back in 2012 in one of my little black sketchbooks. It’s been collecting dust under my coffee table for a long, long time now. I came across it yesterday while I was showing the sketchbook to Angela. I had kind of forgotten about this drawing. Last night I decided to go back and add some shading and make her hair darker.
Thanks for reading. Have a nice week.
Both my novels, Citizens of Purgatory and Under the Electric Sun, are available in paperback now. You can click here to order copies of them. You can also read them on Kindle if you prefer e-books.