Helping a horse in need (please cross post)
So guys, as some know I once had a horse, as few know 10 years ago I had to make the hardest decicion ever. In fact wasnt until Sampson that I actually had the heart to get close to horses again. He means enough to me that I will crunch my time, I will do art on proof of donation to him:
$15-24 a sketch with shading (per character)
$25-34 black and white cleaned up sketch (per character)
$35-50 Simple flat color (per character)
$51-xxxx Full rendered character, extra characters per 25
I will stream these on sunday October 5 4pm cst. All donations directly to Sampson, keep all art clean and lets get the horsie the vet care he needs :) Please note this is one of the only chances this year for a full piece from me due to college and work.
We will also have the amazing DJ One trick doing a live stream of music while I draw life for you!
Any questions hit me up!
P.S. Send proof to dogzrbarkn @ hotmail
With subject line: “Sampson Aid”
Rolls Royce on Flickr.
The new Rolls Royce models are tacky and lack class. The old ones definitely didn’t have that problem; even today, a classic Rolls commands a great deal of respect. Washington, DC Auto Show 2014.
Zippy Squirrel on Flickr.
While on a bit of a nature walk through the park behind my home, I spotted this little squirrel eating dinner in a field. I quietly switched to my long lens, and managed to get a lot of shots of her eating. My favorite, though, was this one, when she noticed me and ran away; it never ceases to impress me how fast a scared squirrel can move.
You Can’t See Me! on Flickr.
So, before the leaves grew back on the trees, I spotted this squirrel in the trees behind my 3rd-floor home. But every time I tried to get a photo, she’d get scared and hide, no matter how quiet I was. I tried for days to get a photo, and finally, hanging out on the porch for the afternoon let me get this shot; she thinks she’s hiding behind those branches, but thankfully for me, she’s not :-)
Vulturing on Flickr.
I spotted this vulture cruising over the woods behind my home, and decided to put my 100-400mm lens to the test. They’re certainly not pretty birds, but they have a certain grace while flying.
Macro Lizard Eye on Flickr.
My macro lens is well-suited for scaly creatures, apparently :-) South Carolina Aquarium.
Snake Pile on Flickr.
A snake curled up on itself at the South Carolina Aquarium. It’s strange; I’m so afraid of insects and spiders that I can’t even look at pictures of them, but I adore snakes.
What Are You Looking At? on Flickr.
Lemurs at the South Carolina Aquarium. The glass was so scratched up that it was difficult to get any shots at all, but they’re pretty neat animals :-)
Chimichurri Steak on Flickr.
This was the very first thing I made on my then-new grill pan; chimichurri dry-rubbed ribeye steak :-)
BACON.jpg on Flickr.
Everyone loves bacon! :D