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 My friend Sue Rose made a great observation. She has claimed that there are hidden messages and satanic symbols to be found in all the intricate details of my drawing. My new book is apparently full of them. That’s right, I’m being compared to the Beatles. I will not confirm or deny any of these, “so called rumors”. You will just have to look for yourself.


My friend Sue Rose made a great observation. She has claimed that there are hidden messages and satanic symbols to be found in all the intricate details of my drawing. My new book is apparently full of them. That’s right, I’m being compared to the Beatles. I will not confirm or deny any of these, “so called rumors”. You will just have to look for yourself.

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I possess a weird quality when it comes to drawing. It’s called self torture. This watercolor painting was done in a Moleskine sketchbook. It is a sketchbook not meant for watercolor paints. In fact, if you try to use them, it won’t work. The paper will reject it. Does that stop me? No. I wrestle, fight, punch, scream and kick the damn book with my paintbrush until I finally succeed. It’s a nightmare but I do it anyway because I have some screws loose. The problem is, other artists always write to me saying that they can’t paint in moleskine sketchbooks like I do. Is there a trick I use? Is it really a different kind of book that I am using? This line of questioning is endless. I like helping fellow artists out, so I try to answer everyone’s questions. The simple fact is, I do something no other artist should. PLEASE don’t try this at home. Get yourself some kind of watercolor sketchbook and do it in there. Thank you.

I possess a weird quality when it comes to drawing. It’s called self torture. This watercolor painting was done in a Moleskine sketchbook. It is a sketchbook not meant for watercolor paints. In fact, if you try to use them, it won’t work. The paper will reject it. Does that stop me? No. I wrestle, fight, punch, scream and kick the damn book with my paintbrush until I finally succeed. It’s a nightmare but I do it anyway because I have some screws loose. The problem is, other artists always write to me saying that they can’t paint in moleskine sketchbooks like I do. Is there a trick I use? Is it really a different kind of book that I am using? This line of questioning is endless. I like helping fellow artists out, so I try to answer everyone’s questions. The simple fact is, I do something no other artist should. PLEASE don’t try this at home. Get yourself some kind of watercolor sketchbook and do it in there. Thank you.