Ballpoint pen on sketchbook paper.

Figure and chair started in a live study. Room surroundings added a few minutes at a time over a three year period and are completly imagined fantasy.

Model / muse: Cinnamon

This work was featured in Finks of Ink 4/4/09, Thank you moderators.


ballpoint, girl, ink, live, nude, pen, sitting, woman, black, white

As an artist I admit to floating between worlds of reality and perception, peering into many concepts but seldom at home in any. My art work is therefore a scattered and biased report of these journeys. Not the world as it is or as it should be, rather possibilities of what may be.

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  • HeatherTS
    HeatherTSover 5 years ago

    omg…sumthin…you know…like..normal! holy hell! i like it…thoug i prefer the dark and obscure…this is fab just the same.. u roc!k

  • Thanks for the notice… However concidering the model/muse things its far from normal. for her.. .Her words and comment not mine…She saw this drawing for the first time since nearly two years ago last night. She was all excited!

    – Stephen Haning

  • HeatherTS
    HeatherTSover 5 years ago

    aw! right on!!! makes ya feel warm n fuzzy dont it? appreciation is good for the soul

  • Yeah!…And I got rrrrocked…!

    – Stephen Haning

  • HeatherTS
    HeatherTSover 5 years ago

    heeeellz yeah!

  • KazM
    KazMover 5 years ago

    Fabulous to be featured in Finks of Inks with such incredible company

  • The feeling is mutual, I look forward to more of your work.

    – Stephen Haning

  • Reynaldo
    Reynaldoover 5 years ago

    Good work RV

  • Thank you.

    – Stephen Haning

  • Luke Brannon
    Luke Brannonover 5 years ago

    Congratulations! You’ve been featured in the Finks of Ink!

  • TextureoftheSin
    TextureoftheSinabout 3 years ago

    Fabulous work – love your narrative

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