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EA-6B Prowler

After a bit of a break from art, I returned to it jumping right into a big 24" x 18" drawing of an EA-6B Prowler nearly launch from a carrier. The EA-6B Prowler was the primary tactical jamming aircraft of the US Navy and the US Marine Corps from the early 1970s to 2019. The Prowler first entered service in the 1971 and has demonstrated its battlefield performance in Southeast Asia, in Operation Desert Storm, in Bosnia-Herzegovina and in Kosovo, enforcing the northern no-fly

Hummingbird Drawing Finished

The Hummingbird drawing is finished. This drawing took about five hours to complete. Condensed in this video to about five minutes. Enjoy! #drawing #pencildrawing #birds #wildlife

A Short Recess

I'm taking a short recess from my painting of "Grizzly Falls" and filling in the gaps with a few drawings. The reason for this is that I've been called on to teach a student how to draw. I'm doing this for free and so I wanted to dust off some old curriculum I had created years ago as well as purchase some new curriculum to aid me in my teaching. Currently, this is one-on-one personal free tutoring, and I am incorporating training from an excellent artist, Mike Sibley along w

Painting a de Havilland Canada DHC-2 Beaver

Since I recently finished the large oil painting of the ocean, I asked my son what airplane he'd like me to paint. I think I knew the answer already, and to my delight, I was correct. He wanted me to paint a de Havilland Canada DHC-2 Beaver. He's building the balsa model of this iconic airplane as well, so my guess was good! I really love the DH Beaver as well. Wikipedia offers a description of this plane, "The de Havilland Canada DHC-2 Beaver is a single-engined high-wing p

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