Category: Colored Pencil

Finding Harmony: Original Storyboards (2005)

It was 2005 and I had just finished my first draft of my first feature length screenplay, Finding Harmony. I had also just set up shop with my very own studio on Illinois Avenue in Northwest DC. I had several people read the script and […]

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City Kid: Colored Pencil on Paper (1995)

Every time a take a trip to the basement, I discover something from the past. This was hidden, taped on a random piece of foam-core I was about to throw in the trash. Glad I flipped it over. I was learning how to use colored-pencils […]

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The Eagle’s Evil Grip (1996)

I did this colored-pencil on paper drawing in 1996 while in prison. It is my most memorable piece for sure during my stay. I had just read several American history books and was dissecting the Reagan era and this is what I came up with. […]

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Colored Pencil on Paper: Inner City Red, White, and Blues (1996)

It was 1996 and I was in prison working diligently with my assortment of colored-pencils I purchased online through Dick-Blick. Some of my work was a critique of my life and the immediate world around me. America is a violent country, but I found the […]

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Sketches: Some Human Form (10/2013)

Mug: an entity that embodies the fluid importance of the idea one desires to express. Example: “I was mad a mug when I found out he stole my bike”. I was frustrated like a mug when I did these sketches. I was trying to find […]

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Sketches of Excel (2004)

Found this sheet of random emotive sketches of Excel I did in 2004. More of the same wasting of time but doing something meaningful. I swear I won’t put all my random sketches on this blog/site thing. There’d be thousands of entries no one would […]

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Sight of the Pharaoh (1996)

I began to really enjoy working in colored pencil by this time. It was 1996 and I believe I had gotten word I’d be free very soon. My artwork got a little brighter and I began to dream of a future in a world with […]

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