A Request by My Students Must Be Acknowledged!

This past week, my students asked me to post some of the Christmas and New Year’s cards that my hubby, comic book artist Scott Story (see Johnny Saturn) drew.  These are my three favorite.

card inside

The LOTR one is just those people in the company I work for (Sourwine Real Estate Services) – I am Gimli in this one (per my request!!).  The dog is Sherlock and belongs to my boss’ daughter, but he comes to work with my boss most of the time rather than be stuck in a crate all day.  Here Sherlock is playing the role of Bill the pack pony.  Sandy is Legolis.

Sourwine Holiday 2013

This was 2013’s and we had just built our newest office building (as shown in my boss’ hands being ready to be delivered to all the businesses on the “nice” list.  I am sewing up a toy sheep (what else) and Sandy is tossing a football up in the air to test it (she’s a die-hard Colts fan).  One of our brokers is trying to shove another broker into the beer vat (inside joke).  My co-worker, Colette, is on a rocking horse because she owns a thoroughbred mare (On The Point, daughter of Point Given) and is breeding her own line of race horses (she has one filly on the ground, Defining Hope, and another foal is due sometime in April).  It has Rudy on it because that was the first foal (colt) out of her mare, On the Point, but he died tragically in a barn fire last spring just after his first birthday.


This is an oldie, but a goodie and one of my very favorites.  I’m in the train taking the luggage, Sandy is punching the ticket.  This has a lot of other people in it from other companies because we had recently finished a new building at this time and this was our way of saying thank you to all those people who helped us with it.  This one was completely hand-drawn with no computer elements in it except the coloring, signage and words.  I love that train station!!!

So, never let it be said that I disappoint my students.

2 Responses

  1. DelightedHands Says:

    Amazing! I’m so glad you shared this!

  2. Sharon Says:

    I love the quality of his draftsmanship and his brilliant use of colors!!

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