Wednesday, April 15, 2009

Archive: English 115 Doodles

From 1987 and one of my favorite classes at Temple taught by Steve Zelnick where we read Gulliver's Travels, Joseph Andrews, Pride & Prejudice, lots of poems, Jane Eyre, and Hard Times.

In addition to the pulleys, surfer, tornado, skull, rocket, and sail ship, this doodle even has a pencil-point race track like we used to create in study hall in high school.

This is a drawing I did of Professor Zelnick the first week or so of class back in the fall of 1987. (He looks a little like Fran Dunphy (Temple's basketball coach) in my doodle.
This is him today.

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Anonymous Anonymous said...

Love it! You are very talented.

4/16/2009 09:21:00 AM  
Blogger Ralph Ivy said...

You are a good drawer. I see you as one who gets pleasure out of drawing, and so gives me pleasure too. I am just now going through the long blog lists of artists, looking for ones I can identify with. "Keep on truckin'" as R. Crumb notably said.

5/10/2009 05:52:00 PM  

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