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Working on the American Cirque series - learning the "ropes" and how I want to present the acts. I sketch the to pick up the subtleties of what it means to be an acrobat.
I was going through some old boxes due to extreme cabin fever, 38" of snow on the ground, 2 blizzards in 5 days, and near insanity. I found these 2 drawings that I did in High School (40 years ago) and I snorted involuntarily. Out loud. So I thought I would share them here on the blog. Yikes!
This is the hardest thing I ever did. The story has to be great, the drawings, the scenes, argggh! I didn't anticipate this. But the challenge is envigorating. So finally, I have come up with the "hero" in the story. And the first sketches are starting to take shape. His name is Lladro. So far.