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The Artistic Biker is me, Jonathan "Blade" Manning.
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Cracked!

May 26th, 2009
Cracked!

Cracked!

I tell you what, a three day weekend will really throw off your schedule if you let it.  I have spent this entire weekend planning to get things done, but not near enough getting them done.  It has been a GREAT weekend, though.  I set up for a new painting that I might even get around to finishing some day.  I visited with family and some old friends.  We had a trip to the Zoo.  And I did eventually get the yard mowed.  I’m almost ready to get back to work so I can get some rest.

It is once again time for Illustration Friday on Tuesdays here at The Artistic Biker.  This week, the theme is “Cracked”.  While thinking about this, I was watching The Land of the Lost marathon on the Sci Fi channel.  That made me think about the dino egg I drew for Thing-a-Day back in February.

hatching

hatching





The Artistic Biker is me, Jonathan "Blade" Manning.
A treasure troll of a man, with hobbit feet and a sharp pointy head. You may see me traveling up and down the highways of Oklahoma looking for the next place to sketch, paint, sing, dance, write, photograph or simply meditate. I have begun a journey that once set upon, there is no turning back. You can share in my blunt force journey through the art world on my weekly U-stream broadcast
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No Responses to “Cracked!”

  1. Gabrielle on May 29, 2009 6:24 am

    I like the nose and smile on the dinosaur. Nice fluid, lively lines. Did you use a brush pen?

    Gabrielle’s last blog post..Found and Forgotten Things

  2. Blade on June 1, 2009 1:06 am

    Gabrielle, Thank you very much! Yes that was done with a brush pen.

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