This drawing is based on a picture of me and a former friend’s two boys. They were my “nephews”. (They aren’t blood-related). My drawings of people are absolutely horrible, no matter how much I practice them.
This is one of the tiger pictures. I didn’t do as good a job on it as I’d hoped. It represents my love of tigers.
My dad calls me “Tiger” sometimes cause I’m so feisty. I typed “Tiger” out in Microsoft Word using WordArt. The color of the letters is gold in the actual picture.
This is drawn from a picture of the woods with the shadow of a horse taped on to it. The trees took me so long to draw with their shadows and different shades of darkness. The classes at college are an hour and a half long. It took me two of those classes to draw those trees and their shadows. And then another class period or so to draw the horse. This represents my love of horses with nature.
This was drawn back in 2010 in my drawing class, when I was going to college down here in South Texas. On the right, is the collage of pictures that the collage drawing is based on. It’s called “The Heart of Me” because they’re all things that represent me or are a part of me in some way. I had so much fun drawing this. My professor said he had never seen a drawing be so crowded, but so neat. It’s so neat because the borders of each picture are drawn dark and precise. There are some parts of the collage that are more my favorite than other parts. My favorites are the horse in the upper left hand corner, the owl scene in the lower right hand corner, the big tiger in the top center, and the sunlight in the center of the picture. (I was also working on drawing it outside of class). And so here are the parts of the collage.
This was drawn back in 2010. The drawing is of a white plastic mare that I have. She is one of my many horse figurines. She’s named “Snowy” because of her coat. Snowy is one of my few horse figurines that I’ve drawn.
This horse picture is drawn from a horse book, back when I was first learning how to draw horses. I taught myself how to draw, by first drawing horses from books and magazines. It was drawn around 2007 or so. The horse picture is of a mother, Sunny, and her colt, Casey. I named them myself–they didn’t have those names in the book.
I drew this on May 11, 2011, as it says on the drawing. It’s a drawing of My Boy, Snip, who is pictured with me on my my Meet Me page. It’s drawn from a photo of Snip that I took sometime earlier. The photo that this was drawn from was taken at Snip’s owner’s farm out in the country near San Antonio. Snip’s tethered to a rope at their saddlebarn, cause I’m about to go ride him. I was going on a spree of taking photos of Snip.