Most Recent Additions 8/15/2016
6/15/2013 - I drew this image during DEAR time and study halls back in 2012/2013. The kids enjoyed watching it grow bit by bit over the course of a few weeks. At the end of the year, I painted several versions of it and gave them prints.
2013 Class Gift
6/15/2013 - A drawing of the Santa Maria used during an Age of Discovery Ships class.
Santa Maria A and Santa Maria B
6/15/2013 - I ran a class on doodling, and all I have left from it is this silly mandala. Included in the link are resources for anyone who would like to take a stab at it.
Mandala 01 and Sketchbook Tree
3/27/2013 - This class gift deviates from previous ones in form. With a baby in my life, I've had to reconsider how I spend my time. Enough excuses. It's in color!includes: 2011/2012 Class Gift
1/21/2012 - In 2011 we ran an educational simulation called Pax Romana-O-Rama. This image was drawn from the game tiles and auctioned off at our school's end of year celebration. Sorry about the watermark!.includes: Pax Romana-O-Rama
12/04/2011 - I drew this piece during a fifteen minute community service project called "Draw Your Dream Garden." I used Crayola markers and pencils of the same brand. Confession, while the drawing was done in fifteen minutes, the coloring took at least an hour.includes: Hanging Garden
7/22/2011 - I finished the 2008 Class Gift colorization project in the spring of 2010. I was working on colorizing my 2011 Class Gift when I remembered that I hadn't even posted this colorization! It's very small, and I've ruined it with a Donut System water mark (so you can't print and claim it as your own... easily). Still, enjoy.includes: 2007/2008 Class Gift Colorization
6/21/2011 - Voila! My 2010/2011 Class Gift! It is wonderful! It is amazing! It is probably the last one I'll do. Too much work! I'm getting old. You can view older gifts by following the prints link above. You can't get prints there. It is a poorly named section.includes: 2010/2011 Class Gift
I think I'm supposed to put some copyright information here at the bottom:
Copyright Daniel Miller, 2016