This week’s art is a watercolor over a ballpoint-pen drawing I did over the weekend. It’s probably the first watercolor I’ve attempted in over thirty years, and the limited palette is due to the fact that I only had reds and pinks available. It came out a little sloppier than I wanted, and I still need to work on drawing feet and hands, but it’s not bad for being the product of rusty hands. The subject is an upcoming action figure custom I plan for later in the year, as part of the extended Adventure Team SCUBA team.
If you want to see it bigger, just click on the image.
Meanwhile, Monday on The AIR, 7 AM sees a mini-marathon of Psychedelic Shack. Then at 3 PM you can settle in for eight hours of great New Wave music with Sydney’s Big Electric Cat. At 11 PM you can spend you overnights with eight hours of the best Progressive Rock of the last half-century on Prognosis. That makes Monday the beginning of 24 hours of programming from Haversham Recording Instistute in London. If you recall, last we were supposed to have new episodes of our trio of musical specialty programs from our British friends, but Haversham got overwhelmed providing production support for news crews covering the fire at The Notre Dame Cathedral in Paris last Monday, and that’s the day they usually start recording their programs for The AIR. We’re not sure if we’ll have new programs from this this week, as the schedule is supposed to see their shows arriving bi-weekly until July, but we’re hoping.
You can listen to The AIR at the website, or on this embedded radio player…