It’s my new computer, and I’m trying to figure it out. I’ve hooked up the printer one other time, found out it’s out of ink. Errrr. Trish had hooked it up before that, and evidently used the last of the ink.
It’s not that I need ink to scan a few drawings. No, but I do have to find out where the drawings end up, and how to get them from there to here. SO:
Meanwhile… wait, it worked. Great! The first drawing is another one originally drawn as the negative version of this. It’s a learning experience. When I saw the resultant re-positive-imaged drawing, I discovered the mountains didn’t show up very well. So, I went back in with some black lines, and got… what you see.
I do have this drawing available as a print at Tyler Meek’s DISCO BAY OUTDOOR EXCHANGE, and I’m adding the image as another in a group of greeting cards I’ve been working on.
HEY, Tyler has a lot of snow-thrashing gear and clothing, there’s snow in the Olympics; so… check it out!
The other drawing is to be used as one of two (so far), way reduced in size for the backs of the soon-to-be-available, ORIGINAL ERWIN cards.
MEANWHILE, waves continue to miss the Strait of Juan de Fuca, as far as I know, and it’s cold, and, yeah, even though I totally entered a state of hypothermia last time I surfed, I’m ready for some more. Or some. OH, and I’m at 39,000 words, or so, on my novel, “SWAMIES.”
Nice Art Work! I don’t miss the snow neither hypothramia but clean winter surf there. Hoping the NW swells to come in.
Please keep on catching waves!
Miss you. You’re still part of the crew, definitely part of the history. Archie’s reef was really fun a few weeks ago. Really lined up, with long high tide lefts also working. I’ve in the parking lot at my favorite spot yesterday. You need to get back here. Let me know when you do.