Friday, March 14, 2008

Drawing In Church-3/9

A slight delay in posting this week's pew doodles- had a few crows and cowboys I had to clear out beforehand.

This drawing taken from one of the most bizarre, haunting and enchanting passages in all of the Old Testament (which is saying something), the Dry Bones Dance...


saidi art said...

Hi John Hendrix, Can you sing Like
J. Hendrix.
hi listen , I typed : Drawing in court and your name showed up In BLOGER.
Nice stuff man; I watshed the video of you 7stories illustration. Congratulations man, felicitation. I'm an artist-painter , a good one and an excellent portrait-painter,
I live in Atlanta Georgia USA and I'm trying to figure out how can I get to draw in court, I would love to do that, it may pay well also.
Do you have any idea how to get there.Please let me know via my e-mail address . I just sign in to Blogger,( because of you) and not sure about how to messages.
see my website man, have some nice work.
Best Regards.

John Hendrix said...


I'm not sure how one would become a courtroom artist, actually. I bet its something you should ask the local courthouse about directly. I'm guessing they hire the artist as freelancers rather than using some kind of agency. But who reviews the portfolios, I wonder?

Anyone else know?
Best of luck and thanks for stopping by.

Heather said...

This is a powerful verse and the work of your visual description by pen is great.

james said...

Dude, this stuff is great. inspiring.