Novel: Woodcutter's Revival - WileyStudio

"Woodcutter's Revival" is an unusual book - hats off to Jerry. Doc's illustrations can be best understood while reading the text. Doc's Illustrations are known for accuracy, detail, symbolism, variety, and sometimes unusual subject matter combinations and perspective. Readers and viewers have appreciated Jerry and Doc's work, and have noted how close author-illustrator friendship drove inspiration and added punch to a great story line. Buy the book and absorb the message and illustrations. Like Jerry's and Doc's lives - it will be an adventure. The book can be purchased at  Woodcutter's Revival and Amazon


Ch13: Raymond Had A Plan

The typical technical sketch of a mining entry-way demonstrates Raymond was actively thinking and planning. But so was Victoria; who early-on gave Raymond her ladies’ calling card.

History shows that when some turn-of-the-century women were interested in a man they “double-knotted” their personal calling card ribbons; a subtle sign they wanted a more serious relationship.

Whether or not Raymond understood this subtlety at that time in the story is unknown. To make the illustration accurate a small silk ribbon was man-fumbled into a double-knot; and is the sign of the budding romance.

Time Of Execution: 14 Hours
Technique / Media: Etched Rendered Graphite
Size: 7.5" x 10"

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