This postcard turned out a lot better than some of the others, and I love the orange color of the ink. I’m not sure the Tim Holz background paper really adds that much, however.
I love foxes, and I wanted to have a picture that took up more of the paper, because the whole point of drawing on this sort of paper is to have the resist image show through, so I drew this fox. I’m not sure what it was standing on in the reference photo, but I …
This is a slightly-more-successful postcard, even though I don’t like the way the nose worked out. Also, I should have made my sketch lines more sketchy, because you can see the shoulder and hip circles I drew when I was figuring out the proportions. I do like the orange color. I’m quite fond of foxes.
Want to start at the beginning? Go here. Chapter Twenty Paul had already dressed and unlocked the door, even though it was eleven a.m. and in the middle of his sleep cycle. Anything that was serious enough to bring an owl to see him mid-morning was serious enough to get dressed for. He …
Want to start at the beginning? Go here. Chapter Fifteen Paul went back to the wall where he had met the translator woman. It was sunset, and the moon was just rising. He had to switch with someone else at work to get the night off, but this was the first night of the …