Worked all weekend on artwork.
Daily Scratchboard Whip Out:
"Maynard Dixon Looms"
This is for our big cover story package supporting the show at the Scottsdale Museum of The West in October.
Meanwhile, took a couple swings at the G-Man.
Daily Whip Out: "Geronimo In The Rough"
And, I also got another inspiration for a Maynard Dixon illustration for my editorial:
Daily Whip Out: "Dixon Rocks!"
I was struck by a couple comments in the recent obits for Rutger Hauer, who pass last week at 75. Hauer is the actor most famous for the smoothly diabolical villain in "Blade Runner."
"An actor is a clown who does his trick, and the audience pays to see your trick, and that's it—you shouldn't go beyond that." He also added to the explanation by saying, "We are a luxury. We're just like paintings on the wall, except we're moving."
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