December 6, 2021
Here's a little sneak peek into one of my current projects. Videographer Bill Watters is finishing up the editing of our opus 140th Anniversary of the O.K. Corral fight video. In my impromptu talk with the folks in the O.K. Corral Theater, I mentioned that Wyatt Earp was a pugilist. So, Bill asked me if I have any illustration to go with that coverage. So I took a scan of a black and white scratchboard I created for the Wyatt book (page 18) and did this to it.
Not bad. Meanwhile, on another front, I am busy sketching Jim Young, who, as an old man, told some mighty compelling windies.
Daily Whip Outs: "When Young Was Old"
If you have ever wondered who helps me make True West magazine a stunning visual achievement month after month, it's these guys.
The Band of Graphic Brothers
Left to right: Dan The Man Harshberger, Robert Ray, Stuart Rosebrook and the guy who counts on them to make him look good.
The Legend of Clean Restrooms On Old Route 66
"There's a bathroom on the right."
—Creedence Clearwater Revivial's most misunderstood lyric ever. It's actually, "There's a bad moon on the rise."