All posts by Terry Spehar-Fahey

Showing My Work

They are up! All the digitized photos that I have of my work are now posted on this site. Any future paintings will be of entirely new work and should take far less room as I am slowly only making comic book panels at the moment. I may give you sneak peaks of partial pages here but you will be able to see the book over at jackdawandpeacock.com as it progresses. That will happen as soon as my colleague and I figure out the publishing platform. That has turned out to be much harder than we thought. Cheers.

Clovis and the Campanile

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Here is the drawing that is in progress from my 3-point perspective assignment in Intermediate Drawing. Clovis the Indonesian dragon is going to alight on top of the Campanile in Venice. Look out angel! I really don’t know if the top of that tower can support his weight. Remember 1902 when the whole thing collapsed? (I think they rebuilt it with a support structure.) This drawing needs a good many more hours and the last day of class was Thursday. So… Stay tuned.

Show Your Work

In an effort to model good social media creative behavior for my students, I once again will attempt to get my work out into the ether via a new website. It has been 8 years since the last attempt which is still hanging around in the search engines somewhere. Thank goodness for Dr. Dru who helped me launch this thing and will I am sure get tired of answering all the silly technical questions that I will have…