October 26, 2007 Bonus Bonus Blog
Working hard on a Tarahumara Eden scene. A four-tiered waterfall deep in the Sierra Madres cascades back to earth. Actually modeled from a real four-tiered monster, between Creel and El Fortes on the Rio Urique in Chihuahua, Mexico. Working on perspective. Here's yesterday's sketches (left) and a scratchboard attempt to capture tattered clouds, which I poached from Kathy's Spanish textbook: "Como Se Dice?" where they have a photo of The Mother of all waterfalls in Bolivia (I think it's the tallest in the world):
My hope is to give some truth in the context of the story, so that it is believable. Gee, I wonder what the Old Vaqueros have to say about that?
"A half truth is a whole lie."
—Old Vaquero Saying
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