I have to say I really enjoyed drawing the corn. The tutorial on how to draw a corn cob is from Noupe.
Working project of a bird in white and black charcoal on toned paper. Startup sketch for a Monardia plant, commonly known as Beebalm. Final intent after detail sketch is watercolor.
WIP. Commission piece for a friend. Working medium is graphite and eventually some charcoal.
Drawings of mushrooms.
American Revolutionary War reenactor from the Pennsylvania State Navy. Done on toned paper with white and black charcoal.
One of the things I love to do is work in the 18th century as an 18th century artist, or ‘limner’ as they were called. And being a reenactor I have a ready cast...
The lovely folks at the Jane Austen Society of North America asked me to design a logo for their national convention which was themed “Brothers & Sisters”. This is the result.
I love Roman history. Hey, I’m Italian. It’s my history and my DNA. This is a watercolor of a Roman centurion. I’m in love with the whole idea of the centurions. How they were...