Japanese Maple: pen, marker on paper. Always a beautiful tree, but dangerous, just look at those serrated edges.
Manitoba Maple: pen on paper. Strange, irregular lobes, each leaf different and not symmetrical. These trees like to sprout up along a fence line and weave themselves into your chainlink fence
Duck on Book: pen, marker, on book paper. This book sat outside all winter, and look at it now! Perfect.
c) An Elephant: marker, pen on paper. Last one. This elephant has been walking through the marigolds, looks like.
Guest Post #3: Bazel: Pencil on paper. When asked to describe exactly what was the meaning behind his drawing, the artist stated it was a rollercoaster, with a car at the top and a person watching at the bottom. The underlying message he was obviously conveying to us through the use of minimal linework and archtypical symbols is that although he is "at the bottom" so to speak, in terms of learning, say, how to read and do mathematical equations, he aspires to be at the top, ultimately becoming a professor in both English and Advanced Mathematics. Keep on, Bazel! We look forward to hearing you lecture in the future.