Born to be wild, but only a little bit

This is me to a T. You should see me on pub night. LOL.

Actually, I’m a night owl in real life. I stay up late making art or playing Dragon Age but the wild part only happens when we’re actually out doing something and then only until the sun sets. Then I’m done! I used to be out every weekend until 2 or 3 am in my youth but I think that might kill me now. Middle age. Wow.

The artwork above was done as part of LifeBook 2017. Such a fun workshop!

Below is a quickie for last week’s Illustration Friday. The theme was Women (I’m the one with the martini). I’m clearly a slack poster. I have no idea what the theme is this week.

Comments

  1. John R

    Wonderful artwork. I think there’s a touch of wildness is everyone. But it seems only a few people recognize this and are willing to let there wild side take them where it wants to go every now and then.

  2. Liz Powley

    You just have a lovely hand at portraits and I really like your Illustration Friday submission – shows some great character drawing skill.

    Lovely work and thanks so much for sharing.

    Best wishes,
    Liz

  3. giggles

    I love your work so much I could cry!! That illustration friday wow you captured every type…LOVE IT SO MUCH! You need a column, your art speaks volumes!! Love your born to be wild too! Work hard, play hard, used to be my motto!! Life changes that’s for sure!! But that’s okay too!! Enjoy while you can!!

    Peace Giggles

  4. Jennifer McLean

    gosh, every single time, Sal. I love your art. We’ll get to that trade soon. Now that I’m almost done the reviews of toned paper. I’m loving the brightness of that tree, you captured the spirit of it so well. I can almost feel the leaves falling Kate. Visiting From PPF. Oh, my new blog is now live on my new wordpress site (justaddwatersilly.com) and I’m doing a giveaway tomorrow (Sunday). The giveaway will include a DIY Altoids tin with magnetic half pans, pencil & eraser, Hahnemuhle Grey Book toned paper sketchbook, Micron sigma pens, a Grumbacher watercolor brush and a bee magnet! Hope to see you there!

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