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DJ 2
DJ prepares to perform a forearm block.
DJ 1
DJ, a lovely young woman, trains in the same class as Robin, Quindy, Adrian, and "Knuckles".
Knuckles 1
Ashley, a plus-sized beauty, is seen training with her class.
Alex Scott
A beautiful and talented young African-American woman begins training with her class.
Quindy and Adrian, Chapter One
The first chapter of a fictional brother and sister team excelling in the martial arts.
The Gyrfalcon
I enjoy viewing artworks of horses and birds. So I thought I'd do this sketch of a beautiful gyrfalcon over dinner and a glass of wine on a cold and rainy night.
Two Good Hours
Two Good Hours is an illustrated first-person account of the artist's profound experience at a classical piano recital at Chicago's Symphony Center.
Big Break
In this drawing, Lisa goes on an audition of a different sort: a test for her next belt.
Fistful of Quindy
The story of the beautiful, but fictional Quindy Quinones continues as she lunges forward with a powerful punch, leading her class in a strenuous drill.
Quindy
In this latest drawing, Quindy lets the judges know that she is ready to begin her kata .
Command Performance
In this fourth and final installment of the Robin Fox story, our beautiful star student completes her winning performance, garnering a new belt in the end.
Part Three
In the third part of Robin's story, our beautiful protagonist nears the end of her exam.
At the Forefront
Putting her best foot forward, Ms. Robin Fox begins testing.
"The Robin Fox Story"
Thursday, October 4, 2012. On Tuesday, October 2, 2012, "Robin Fox", a beautiful, twenty-something African-American woman, stepped out into the light, in her karate uniform, ready to test for her next belt. Before she began, Robin (or "Ms...
Story of Jennifer Hardin
Story of Jennifer Hardin is a visual, but fictional account of a pulchritudinous young African-American woman training in class.
Impressions
Using the influences of the Impressionists and one of his pictures from his Paris weekend as a model, the artist created Impressions , a sketch letter about his Saturday in the city.
Tale of Two Paris Streets
Inspired greatly by Gustave Caillebotte's Paris Street, Rainy Day (1877), one of the artist's favorite paintings, Tale of Two Paris Streets explains the glaring differences between the Paris in Caillebotte's eyes and the Paris as the artist experienced it.
Louvre Letter to My Dad
Louvre Letter to My Dad is the artist's illustrated letter to his late father about his eventful first (ever) day in Paris, given the fact that they both had meaningful conversations about art years earlier.
Bonsoir...Again
Created in November of 2010, Bonsoir...Again is the artist's illustrated letter to his late father about his unforgettable, life-changing solo weekend in Paris.
Story of Robin Fox
Testing for her next belt, a lovely young African-American woman visualizes her performance before she begins.
Chicago, My Hometown
Purported to be a journal entry of the artist's first taste of the Beatles, Chicago, My Hometown is a celebratory sketch of his hometown.
Eighties in My Hands
An old, undated photo of an attractive young woman evokes fond memories of my young adulthood and young manhood in the 1980s.
Childhood in the Rain
This drawing is the artist's visual account of a rainy day spent with his family in Tokyo.
New Yule City
Produced in the fall of 2010, New Yule City is a visual account of the artist's eventful holiday with his family in New York City.
No Turning Back
Taken from the artist's Paris sketchbook/journal, No Turning Back is a visual account of his journey not only to the city, but also to himself.
Music of the Elements
This drawing is a visual story of a young woman dancing to the rising sun, the still waters, and the rotation of the Earth, becoming one with God's Creation.
Meandering
This drawing is the artist's first improvisational sketch expressing his love for jazz. Moreover, it represents a digression from one thought to another.
Second Day
Made in September of 2010, this drawing is a visual journal entry of the artist's second day with his brother in San Francisco, beginning with breakfast and their visit to Alcatraz.
Morning in Chicago
This drawing is a visual account of the artist's typical morning on the train to work in Chicago.
Under the Moon
Sketched in October of 2010, Under the Moon is a visual account of the artist's memorable and eventful solo weekend in France.
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