Passenger locomotive PRR 5888 was built by General Motors in 1951 and ran on the Pennsylvania Railroad until it was retired in the early 80’s. Now, 5888 lives at the Railway Museum of Greater Cincinnati.
Rail car No. 899 was built in 1932 and ran on the Neral-Matheran line of the Central Railway for many years. Now, Number 899 resides at the National Rail Museum in New Dehli, India.
No. 3’s a little different..
With Murray’s help I was able to finish the second train. Some info:
PRR 7002 is a Pennsylvania Railroad E7s steam locomotive now on display at the Railroad Museum of Pennsylvania. Built in 1902 by Altoona Works, PRR 7002 is now the only surviving locomotive of its class.
Last Saturday I adopted a new feline bff, who I’ve decided to call Murray. I think he is settling in quite well.
Train take two.
Steam locomotive No. 5270 was built by Montreal Locomotive Works in 1928 and ran on Canadian National Railways until it was retired to Centennial Park in Moncton, New Brunswick, where it lives today.
Finally finally got new pens. Feels good.
PS. Is it weird I always think my drawings look coolest when they’re half-finished? Or is that just a way my brain is subconsciously wired so that I have an excuse to not finish things?
I had a strange urge to draw some cubes tonight. I think I feel better now.
I hope you’re holding on.
I think it’s safe.. Don’t you?
Breaking in my studio space in the new Brooklyn apartment. This is probably the cleanest it will ever be!
Months ago I bought a stylus for my iPad with the intention of learning how to work digitally, since that whole technology thing seems like a trend that’s here’s to stay, or whatever. Today I finally downloaded the Sketchbook app.. (I even shelled out a couple bucks for the Pro version so that I’d feel guilty if I never used it, hah.)
So let’s see how this goes. Yay learning.
The weather was beautiful in Manhattan yesterday! I stopped by Washington Square Park on my way uptown.