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Tuesday, July 10, 2012
Peckasso Paints Second Painting
July 9, 2012
Worked all weekend on coverage for the Outrageous Arizona project. This is a scan-panorama of George Warren as a 10-year-old boy grieving with his father over the death of his mother:
Also whipped out a portrait of Edward Fitzgerald Beale, the champion of the camel in the Southwest.
Peckasso and I worked hard on a cloud scene, I call Roosters In The Sky (note blood on the mouth of the second cloud rooster (this was Peckasso's idea). Not bad for his second painting.
"Enjoy the successes that you have, and don't be too hard on yourself when you don't do well. Too many times we beat up on ourselves. Just relax and enjoy it."