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This morning's WSJ
Got this assignment over the week end, about the current state of psycho-evaluation and treatment in the context of danger to society. Along with other sketches I proposed this, a print I had done many years ago. It lent itself to the subject and they bought it. I wish I had the time to put this amount of work into many of my newspaper assignments.
This is actually a vinyl engraving, about the flight of the Anabaptist.
Did I say I didn't do scratchboard anymore? The exception is Weavings, a Methodist spiritual Journal. Their design format uses only engravings and scratchboard art. I have been in every issue since their inception eighteen years ago. Here are some more recent illustrations.