After spending countless years in a futile search for true love, Froggie finally decided to give up his quest. He jumped onto his twig throne and gazed out across his long neglected frog kingdom. For the first time in his life, his mind wasn't occupied with the nagging yearning for that elusive flame of love. He felt lighter and more peaceful than he had in a long time. Suddenly, without warning, the most perfect true love was dangled inches from his face. "Wouldn't you know it", Froggie grumbled, "it always shows up when you stop searching for it." So much for Froggie's peaceful solitude. Medium: ink and acrylic on paper.
The Five of Hearts is my favorite playing card simply because I gravitate toward the number 5 and hearts symbolize love and soul. Yep, I'm sappy. I think I've drawn at least a dozen representations of this card and am sure I'll create at least a dozen more. Perhaps I'll end up making a deck of cards consisting of nothing but the Five of Hearts. Medium: ink, acrylic on paper.
Captivated over the beauty of his young bride, Neptune couldn't resist curling his tentacles around her slender waist and pulling her toward him. Suddenly he felt a sharp slap against his lower left tentacle. "Can't you see I'm on the phone???" scolded his young bride. Neptune slumped back into the water, grabbed his golden trident and swam away into the darkness. Medium: ink, glitter, colored pencil on paper.