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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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