08 November 2000
The above pastel illustration was for a catholic magazine in November. This story was about a tree that was once used for a lynching.
Additionally, on the black history theme, I had a series of illustrations for a children's magazine publisher about a famous black female writer (I don't remember who it was exactly). The first one in the series wasn't bad, but I wasn't crazy about how the rest of it turned out.
In addition to the 'bible stories' project that I mention in another post this month, I also had a small trio of illustrations for the same local religious organization. This included a map of the holy lands (above), an image of the Ark of the Covenant, and a bird's eye view of a temple, all done in black and white and greyscale.