Sunday, September 19, 2021

On The Fence With Checkered Women And Indigenous Cross Dressers

 September 19, 2021

   Just wrapped up another sketchbook this morning. This one was pretty much dedicated to the pursuit of Checkered Women. You know, like this:

Daily Whip Out: "On The Fence"

  And this. . .

Daily Whip Out: "Gracey from Greer"

   Of course, not every cutie in my studio is a girl.

Uno gets the bandana humiliation treatment.

   Framed a colorized photograph of a certain Tombstone lawman. Thanks Chris Eveland.

Earp On The Door

      Still trying to capture a certain, ahem, domestic.

Daily Scratchboard Whip Out:

"Indentured II"

Daily Whip Out: "Eva Chin"

   And I want to go lighter as well on tone.

Daily Whip Out: "Faded Love"

   One of the aspect of the Old West most people forget is that all the variations in our culture, were present before we came.

Daily Whip Out: "Navajo Cross Dresser"

   It's the truth. Look it up. It's one of the things I thought was so brilliant in Thomas Berger's "Little Big Man."

"Failure lies at the heart of all art and any story about art is a story about progressive failures."

—B.D. McCay

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