Digital color over clean scan of ink on paper.
I created this piece of art for one of the covers of “monotony.” I’m very certain that I colored it with water colors and of which a black and white copy was reproduced for that cover. As of this writing, I could not find that original water color. Here in its stead is my digital color pass of it. Being digital, I could then make the accompanying legend is quick order.
Guy’s “87” jersey refers to the first year I worked a summer at Disneyland. The paper lunch sack supposedly contained charcoal briquets for the snow-critters, which is an odd and otherwise unexplained detail to include.
At one point I was very concerned about which characters would wear boots. Biologically, I don’t think I got all of that detail correct. Also, I now wonder if Bingo and Bill would really enjoy the winter fun?