Revisiting Past Works, for Revision!
by Bryce W. Robinson
I was unpacking some things this evening at my new place in Boise, Idaho. I pulled out some older pieces of artwork that never found a home. When I found the Peregrine Falcon I had drawn a few years ago in the southern California desert, I immediately remembered what I did not like about the image. I immediately felt the urge to sit down and fix some things. I’m not sure if I have ever shared the image on my blog, but regardless, I thought I’d share the revision.
I’m currently working on a very in depth project for someone. Its rather taxing, and I haven’t strayed to work on anything else since I started. I will say that I’ve needed to. At times, getting a break and working on something else for a bit can be refreshing, and give you a different perspective. I believe it is ultimately beneficial.
Anyway, after two years of sitting in a box, I finally felt the gumption to resolve my issues with this illustration. And I like it. Let’s hope this bird can find a home…
I love this piece, Bryce.
A peregrine flew over us on the island yesterday morning while we were photographing hummingbirds. First one we’ve seen out there for a very long time.
It’s great to hear of a recent siting Ron. When I haven’t seen something for a long time, it’s almost as exciting as seeing it for the first time.
Photographing hummingbirds on the island!? Sounds like heaven.
Bryce, it was heaven photographing the hummingbirds on the island and when I spotted the Peregrine it was a real treat for us both.
I too love this piece.
Thanks Mia. I get so jealous of your adventures with Ron. You two have so much fun!