April 7, 2021
It's been a long road to customer satisfaction on the Ghost Riders art print front. Here's the history:
May 29, 2015
Got up this morning and took a stab at the inspiration for a classic Western tune. As the story goes, a 9-year-old boy and an old cowpoke were oiling a windmill near Douglas, Arizona, when a big storm roared in and little Stan Jones was afraid. The cowpoke, Capp Watts, told the boy, "Don't be afraid, it's only the clouds stampeding and the ghost riders will get them rounded up. . ."
Daily Whip Out: "Ghost Riders Reprise #3"
Perhaps the cattle are too enhanced and deliniated now? Was it more powerful to have them rather vague, like in the original? Certainly the landcape is better with the distant ridges defined and the vegetation enhanced to indicate a dry, parched land.
Which brings us to number four.
Daily Whip Out: "Ghost Riders Reprise #4"
"One of the definitions of insanity is doing the same thing over and over and expecting different results."
—Old Vaquero Saying