I’m sure this has already occurred to you:
Professor Edward M. Greb, June 16, 1933 ~ January 18, 2021 (age 87)
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I got to spend an additional 33 minutes on my iPad in Sketch Club with Dr. Greb this Spring morning. He played quite an influential role in my personal growth and early professional development. His Introduction to Anthropology course there at Washington & Jefferson College was my introduction to anthropology in real life. In his syllabus he quoted Don Quijote de La Mancha, which I was reading in Spanish for the first time that same semester. He gracefully escorted me into the early stages of adulthood.
I was looking at videos on O Coruña (La Coruña), España, and when I saw this sculpture of Galician novelist, poet, playwright, and journalist, Álvaro Cunqueiro Mora, my mind wandered, and I felt like executing a rendition of it in Sketch Club on an iPad Pro with an Apple Pencil.: CLICK HERE to see the statue.
Bumped into Juri Lotman. Liked his hair. Made me think of THIS previous post. It’s a sign.
The idea behind this quickly done, simple animation – done in Procreate – came from a series of tweets by Jared Yates Sexton, see the series here: (yea, click here.)
See for yourself. Take a look at “If Conservatives Want to Ban Dangerous Books, They Better Start With the Bible.” The bible, two ways of approaching it, elsewhere on this illustroblog.