My son, Joe, drew these. The three directly above this text, he drew when he was in high school. When I think of him during those years, I see him hunched over his drawing table, absorbed in his work. I guess you can see why. (Remember, you can click on the drawings to get a better viewing). He’s created and drawn his own characters for … Continue reading joerhoney.com
C’mon, c’mon, c’mon……get dark! I don’t know if I’ve ever been more anxious for night to fall as I was last night. Not even as a kid waiting for fireworks on the 4th of July. Yesterday afternoon I finally got together with Mike in regard to the garlic bulb panel. He’d said he wanted the little roots showing at the bottom of the bulb. In … Continue reading Garlic Bulb….A big fat one!
Yes, not much action the past few days. One ~ I’ve been struggling a bit with the drawing of the garlic bulb that Mike wants. He wants a “great big fat one” with the roots at the bottom. Being that the panels are square and the entire garlic plant is long and skinny, I’m just drawing the bottom bulb part. I’ve tried drawing the roots … Continue reading A delay in the action..
The Peas and the Pomegranate panels have made their way up the hill to Mike’s back yard. I still haven’t seen them in place up there (car troubles – I don’t want to drive too far from home – I’m afraid I won’t make it back!), but Mike says they look great. Here’s a picture of the Grapes panel. My original drawing was for a … Continue reading Grapes
Here’s my second panel. I keep futzing with it…..not quite happy with it yet, but it’s almost there. One thing that happens with this sort of drawing (or with carving a linoleum block for block printing) is that you really do need to sort of step back from what you’re doing now and then and make sure you’ve got your positive and negative spaces sorted … Continue reading Pomegranate