Less than 60 Days To Go

Dover

These were from four years ago. I was way too kind to this group of grifters for a paper doll book for Dover. Here’s hoping the whole miserable lot become nothing more than a lingering bad memory in the new year. (not pictured from this book: Baron, and various extra costumes for some of the dolls)

Western Legends Coloring Book Part Four

Dover

This was a coloring book that I did last year, and was published early this year from Dover / Creative Haven. I’ve shared a few samples from this book in the past, but over the next three posts I’ll be sharing all the illustrations from this project. I’ll be spacing these posts over the next several days, with one color plate (which were used for the front and back and inside covers) plus several of the black and white interior pages.

Western Legends Coloring Book Part Three

Dover

This was a coloring book that I did last year, and was published early this year from Dover / Creative Haven. I’ve shared a few samples from this book in the past, but over the next three posts I’ll be sharing all the illustrations from this project. I’ll be spacing these posts over the next several days, with one color plate (which were used for the front and back and inside covers) plus several of the black and white interior pages.

Western Legends Coloring Book Part Two

Dover

This was a coloring book that I did last year, and was published early this year from Dover / Creative Haven. I’ve shared a few samples from this book in the past, but over the next three posts I’ll be sharing all the illustrations from this project. I’ll be spacing these posts over the next several days, with one color plate (which were used for the front and back and inside covers) plus several of the black and white interior pages.

Western Legends Coloring Book Part One

Dover

This was a coloring book that I did last year, and was published early this year from Dover / Creative Haven. I’ve shared a few samples from this book in the past, but over the next three posts I’ll be sharing all the illustrations from this project. This was a special project for me, as I’ve been a fan of Westerns all of my life, and was a particular favorite of my late Father, who I wish had hung around long enough to see this project come around. I’m sure he would have enjoyed it. I’ll be spacing these posts over the next several days, with one color plate (which were used for the front and back and inside covers) plus several of the black and white interior pages.