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St. Paul's close up
We recently finished an addition to our church. I was asked to create an ink drawing of the new building in the style of a drawing done in the 1950’s of the church. I used a nibbed pen to help create the classic style.
Here is the whole drawing.
Ink drawing of St. Paul's
Husker Cornhole Boards
Recently I’ve been having some fun making and selling Cornhole boards. This is my first set of Husker boards. I am pretty happy with how the logos turned out. I am still trying to find an easier way of transferring my stencil to the board for painting.
Right now I am covering a cutting board with high-quality painter’s tape, there is a reason you use the high-quality stuff I learned. Then I hand cut out the logo with an exacto knife. I then use a layer of cheap masking tape to transfer the whole thing onto my board for painting. The main problem is I haven’t figured out a way to reuse the stencils, which would be great.
Anyways, if you know anyone interested in some custom designed boards give me a holler. I’m up for some cool original designs.
Husker Board - Helmet logo
Husker Board - N logo
Here is an older set I did. I love the look of the natural/stained wood. I think my next set will have husker logos stained in the wood.
Stained Cornhole Board
Stained Cornhole Board 2
Camp Wannatailgate t-shirt
This t-shirt design accompanied an invitation we sent to clients inviting them to our College World Series tailgate. The shirt was rolled up and tied, stuck in a hot dog bun and placed in a brown paper bag with the invitation.
Camp Wannatailgate Invitation
Bryan Mohr and I concepted the idea and Matt Urlaub, one of our fantastic interns, designed the printed invitation. Below is a larger image of the t-shirt artwork.