Notebook

One day, while watching TV, I realized how much time I spent watching other people do things while never leaving my couch.  In a moment of self loathing I vowed that if at any time I was presented with a choice between watching something or doing something, I would always choose the latter.  This notebook is dedicated to those who were better at this idea than I.

In a leather bound, unlined, sketchbook inspired by Indiana Jone’s father, are sketches of heros and heroines, including biographies and achievements, instructions to things one should know (like how to tie a bow tie or play chess), and drawings done on location.  I have hauled this book to the top of Angel’s Landing in Zions Utah, the top of the Eiffel Tower, Times Square, and the Golden Gate Bridge.

The artwork is fantastic, and the information is even better.  If you are a publisher, agent, or are interested in seeing this book in print, please leave a comment below or contact Dalyn at dalyn64@netscape.net

7 responses to “Notebook

  1. I love this notebook!! Chris sent me over to see you!
    Karena

  2. Hey Dalyn great work I would like very much to have this in print let me know how we can make that happen

  3. Good Lord man. These are fantastic. Joey Ramone, Karl Marx, Yuri… all the boys are here. The John Brown image reminds me of a picture of him in one of my old social studies books from sixth grade. Used to stare at it a lot.

  4. Ann

    Dalyn, I’m a Trad fan who followed the links here. Your work is wonderful & there is so much of it. Impressive. Congratulations on the new venture.

  5. I would really like this in print. Let me know what I need to do.

  6. Conry

    i would LOVE to see this in print.

  7. As a former immodest ballet dancer/cruise ship entertainer who inspired her parents to watch Greg and Dharma because “she’s so much LIKE you,” and a current boring ass mom who’s afraid to break any rules of etiquette, your blog gives me confidence to bitch slap more people. Thanks. I just called someone a whore. I feel much better.

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