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I should have been drawing interesting people on the train today, but instead I was working on this little guy. Him and a few of his pals are making an appearance in a painting I’m currently working on.

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NYTIMES.COM did a write up about the book signing at Rizzoli’s this Sunday. See the link below!

WWW.NYTIMES.COM

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I’ll be at Rizzoli Book Store this Sunday May 1, 2010 from 3:30pm-5:00pm meeting and greeting with authors C.M. Rubin and Gabriella Rubin. My painting will be displayed in the book store for this one day only! Come on down and take a look!

Rizzoli’s Book Store is located at:
31 West 57th Street (between 5th & 6th Avenues)
New York, NY 10019

Thanks,

David

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I’ve recently moved back into the house that I grew up in. I’m in the process of transforming the basement into my studio. It feels great to have so much space to work in now. Here’s a quick shot of one side of the space. Those are all of my most recent paintings from 2009 and 2010. As you can see a larger space promotes larger paintings! More to come.

Thanks,

David

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It’s my birthday today! I had a little get together this past weekend. This was a little flyer I sent in a email. =)

Just having a little fun!

Enjoy!

David

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Here are rough sketches for a story I’m working on.These ideas will be part of the prologue. Of course, I’m not sure how many pages I will draw, but I’m setting up for a epic tale. The idea of a graphic novel comes into mind, but I think I like the idea of a series better. I’ll see where it goes.  I won’t get into to much detail about the story yet, but it is a story about redemption and finding one self.

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I’m re-posting this strip because I made some revisions to it. I changed the last panel on page 2. I decided to draw a long shot in this panel to emphasize the impact of English Blue hitting the ground in the first panel of page 3. I originally had the pages laid out like this in my thumb nails, but I decided to change it at the last minute because I thought it would be more impactful if I showed English Blue breaking the boarder in the last panel of page 2. I also decided to make this panel be silent to really make the picture tell the story. Finally, I added a few details such as clouds and texture in big blank areas to build up the space a little more. There’s one more thing that bothers me technically, but I won’t discuss it because I rather not point it out. Time to move on to the next strip. This is a learning process for me!

Enjoy!

Cooper

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Old Twinkle Toes

Taboo Dym

Here’s a illustration that Taboo Dym did. I’ve always been a fan of his character work. DAMN! I can’t believe he did a wrestling piece before me! I have to catch up.

Enjoy,

D

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From Up Above

Here’s a new painting I just completed! I’ll be donating it to a charitable organization, so I wanted to keep the theme very positive.

Thanks for looking!

David

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PHOTO BY JEFF VESPA/CONTOURPHOTOS.COM/ COVER DESIGNED BY STACY MARCHELOS

Check out the latest issue of Siempre Mujer Magazine, which is out on news stands right now! I’m the Photo Editor there. My Creative Director, Stacy Marchelos and I found this shot of Zoe Saldana.

Enjoy!

David

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