Ever since my trip to Mexico, I have had a new appreciation for charcoal drawing. It was inspiring to see how beautifully you can express yourself as an artist-using very basic materials. The biggest limitations are your imagination.
Sometimes sheep are used to represent people who don’t think for themselves, but follow the group. I love the symbolism of the rogue sheep, jumping the fence to explore the rest of the farm.
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First, there is a new character. Lulubelle, my brown dog, is chasing the goose.
Second, it has some interactive elements. If you have flash, click the lake to start the animation…then click the goose to trigger Lulubelle.
If you don’t have flash, it will just play automatically.
my latest animation…a stalk of corn growing from the ground. The leaves were a little tricky. When it warms up, i want to start projecting these animations on the side of my house at night (you know…public art)….of course, it needs a crow flying over the corn, or it would just be silly.