Monthly Archives: October 2010

Side Tracked

This is the view from the East end of the Roseville rail yard. The whole town is cut in half by the largest rail switching yard west of the Rocky Mountains. Freight trains from east, west, north and south come … Continue reading

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French Riot Over Retirement Age

French students continue to riot because the retirement age was raised from 60 to 62. Wow, when I was a student all I could think about was how I was going to get a job in animation and actually make … Continue reading

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House On The Hill

We were in Southern Ca. a few weeks ago visiting relatives and one morning I got my paints out and painted the view from the back yard of my brother in laws house. This is one of the many houses … Continue reading

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Dreams Of My Fathers Son

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Weird Science Comics

I love these old comics. The art is fantastic, drawn by some of the greatest comic book artists and illustrators of the time. My brother and I used to have boxes of comics we collected. Somehow they disappeared one of the times we … Continue reading

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Figure Drawing

The Blue Line Gallery in Roseville has been having figure drawing on the last Wednesday of the month for $10 and a three hour session. Since everyone who considers him or herself an artist needs to draw the live model, … Continue reading

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Vintage Air Poster

I took this photo at the Space and Aeronautics Museum in D.C. and thought I’d post it because I like it.It looks like something from before World War One with the biplane in the back ground. Very cool.

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