8 x 8 This was a practice sketch portrait of my son. Every little kid loves to pick their noses. It was done in colored pencil, sanguine, ink and pencil.
This is a page from my travel journal. It was a study on mustaches and the intriguing look that men get when they feel interesting.
This was a travel journal sketch about two guys in the woods. I made emphasis on the hands alluding to the fact that they are being underhanded. One guy is nervous the other pensive but what are they up to?
This is another travel journal entry about the feeling and relationship that a person has with their craft in this instance specifically the sax. The man is leaning back a little not just to take in the air but also absorbing a pleasurable moment.
This was also from my travel journal but this was from a newspaper clipping were men were protesting. I wrote this thought in the back, “Sometimes we are too blind to see what only the heart can but won’t until it’s too late.”
This was a study on feet. I was working on a painting of Jesus with bare feet and I struggled to make the feet look real, so I practiced my feet in different poses until I became good at drawing feet. I particularly like these two feet because they are walking away. I wanted to place the frame by my door but thought it would be rude to tell my guests to leave with a picture!
9 1/2 x 7 This is an illustration for a short story I wrote about a schoolgirl that seduces her professor. I wanted to make her pose lewd and bold, two traits this character had.
9 1/2 x 7 This is a framed illustration from a short erotic story. The image speaks for itself.
9 1/2 x 7 This Is another illustration done for the same erotic short story as above. I wanted to convey an elegance and a daintiness that the character had as she walked.
9 1/2 x 7 This is an illustration from an erotic short story of a very sexually aggressive man.
11 x 17 This was an illustration for a sic-fi short story that I abandoned about a man that performed experiments on his wife. The scared startled look on her face talks to the horror she lived in her marriage.
9 1/2 x 7 This is an illustration done in marker and ink. It is part of a short story where two people meet at a nudist beach. It was inspired by a visit to Haulover Beach, a nudist beach in South Miami.