Thanks go to Mrs. Marta Cabeza for inviting me to speak at Pembrooke Pines on Friday. Looking forward to meeting her and her students. (They are reading Mendel's Daughter in English Honors class.) Here's the article about my visit posted on the school's website– I love the photo of a worn copy of the book!
Hmmm,.. Should I vote for that Socialist, Nigerian, Muslim, Indonesian, Radical who saved us from a Depression, or that Saintly Guy who so believes in Change that he changes his opinion weekly? Granted he is sure there is no Global Warming. Shake that Etch-A- Sketch, Mitt!
Don't let the Republicans tell you there is no Global Warming. Polar Bears are mating with Black Bears. The Polar ice is melting at an unprecedented rate.
We're getting "Sandy." (Isn't Florida supposed to get this mess?)
If you might think this is a Halloween image, my friend, think again. It's... it's Birthday Time.
Some spots from a couple of textbooks. I've never seen them in print– a lot of work you do for the educational market gets printed without the illustrator receiving copies. Oh well, this illustrator did get to see a check one in a while.
Here are some stages of a book; from my first sketch (on the text and requisite art requirements,) to finished art, to printed book. I was thrilled to have a work published with an inside front cover for students to write their name, year and condition of book!
Here are some pages from the easy read book I illustrated a number of years ago. It was a lot of fun to do. The inside art was done with a Pantone color. I was more comfortable working in CMYK.
PS– The machinery was fun to do. (Not very accurate– as if you didn't know.)