I can still hear her voice. Her full name was: Mary Martha Corinne Morrison Claiborne “Cokie” Roberts. 1943-2019
[My way of spending a little extra time with her. One hour and twenty-five minutes and 3,138 brush strokes, to be exact, in Sketch Club on an iPad Pro using an Apple Pencil, plus a tweak in iColorama.]
I hardly ever post anything about the English as a Second Language (ESL) classes I teach. I always take my iPad and project it onto a large screen. Oftentimes, I do a digital drawing in Paper 53 that accompanies a set of scrambled words that I ask students to unscramble. It works especially well at the very beginning of my multi-level, adult, beginning ESL classes as students trickle in. Here’s a collection of a few that I’ve recently used.
This is a re-do. I already posted a digital iPad drawing done in Paper 53 of Gabriel García Márquez, click here to see that post if you’re so inclined click here to see that post if you’re so inclined, but I felt like doing another in Sketch Club for the hell of it. Click therethere to see the translation, if need be.
After reading this article in the New Yorker by Jane Mayer, I question the judgment of the Democratic Party even more; but, I’m nowhere near leaving it…most of the time. The party suffers from what the GOP fears the most, namely, pluralism.
I painted this in the Sketch Club app on my iPad Pro using an Apple Pencil this evening. I tweaked it here and there in the Colorama app. If you go to the article I referred to above, you’ll see the Geordie Wood photo I referenced.
I so enjoyed this Lianna Pevar photo reference found on Twitter (see below) that I felt the urge to create a digital painting of a cropped portion of it in Sketch Club with a tweak in iColorama. Visit the photographer’s site here: Lianna Pevar. Besides, Croz has one of those faces…. I’ve attempted that face elsewhere on this illustroblog, click here to view those renditions.
These are some of the public servants whom I admire; in his own way, each of these men has stood up to the most divisive, corrosive, and imbecilic leader this country has known. Rather than call attention to him and those whom he is leading astray, I shed a little light on these three models of public service.
Today I add this iPad drawing, done in Sketch Club and tweaked in iColorama, to the Homemade Trump-Related Editorial Cartoons page on this illustroblog as four congresswomen, Reps. Ocasio-Cortez, Pressley, Omar, and Tlaib speak out against the current occupant of the White House and his ongoing xenophobic, racist, and hateful comments, which need to be condemned.