May 23, 2013
I am always on the lookout for good art models and I met this young, well-dressed reenactor at Buck Montgomery's Wild West Show in Glendale a while back. I thought he had a great look and it's so rare to find a young guy who is into it. Got his name and number, but lost it. Anybody know this young, authentic looking man?
Posted on May 23, 2013 at 12:23pm — 2 Comments
May 22, 2013
I was cleaning again in the garage this morning (it's recycling pickup day on Wednesday) and found a drawing that got me in a little trouble. In the mid-eighties when I worked for New Times, the publisher, Jim Larkin, asked me to illustrate a series of promos that paid off the title "We Settle The Arguments". This was to promote their annual Best of Phoenix issue, a cash cow to this day. I had the usual cowboy and Indians going at it, but to poke fun at…Continue
Posted on May 22, 2013 at 2:25pm — 2 Comments
May 21, 2013
With the dedication of the new fence around the graveyard where Wyatt Earp's second wife is buried, we have been getting quite a few calls from interested subscribers who want to find the cemetery, just outside Superior, Arizona. We decided to have The Mapinator draw up a good map for you all to utilize (when you're driving out there blind it ain't fun). So, without further ado, here's Gus Walker's map with directions:
Posted on May 21, 2013 at 2:01pm — 3 Comments
May 20, 2013
Spent the morning out at Pioneer Living History Museum taping a talking head deal for a new series the Military Channel is producing on Gunfighters of the Wild West.
This morning I whipped out a cowboy pickup cruising down a desert highway at night, with an Indian motorcycle bearing down:
Posted on May 20, 2013 at 1:22pm — 4 Comments
May 19, 2013
I've been studying old pickups driving down the road with a makeshift horse hauler rack on the back for a scene in The 66 Kid. Found some good reference in a certain old movie. It was filmed in Sedona, starring Glenn Ford and Henry Fonda. Can you name it?…Continue
Posted on May 19, 2013 at 8:20pm — 4 Comments