While working on this, I showed it to the Bills Mafia. One member said, "You should leave it unfinished .... like most of his passes." Ouch. Now I know there are Tyrod haters and I get it. I've been a loyal, faithful Tyrod supporter the last couple of years and was happy that he signed a new contract and kept his position this year. And I'm still a loyal Tyrod supporter. But that said, even I am starting to get a bit frustrated. Lately, there just seems as if there's a lot of unfinished business; things keep coming up short, despite the great efforts and the drought-ending run that 2017 brought. It's likely more to do with the team dynamic and makeup than with Tyrod, himself.
I do have this fear that the Bills will let him go and someone else will snatch him up - another team with a strong O-line and a good D-line and he will shine in that environment. It's the old "Be careful what you wish for" adage.
All that said, Tyrod did get us to the Playoffs and he has been a positive force on the Bills team. I look forward to seeing Tyrod and the Bills team continue to evolve if that's what's in the cards.
This piece will look perfect in your Bills game room, or office wall or anywhere else you wish to display it.
This was a fun piece to work on. It took about 24 hours to draw, over three days. The 15x20-inch artwork was drawn on Crescent illustration board using four nib sizes of Kohinoor pens to apply the India ink in a stipling pattern. This is easily framed and with proper care, will last generations. It ships anywhere in the lower 48 states and shipping/packaging is included in the price; $250 unframed.
Dimensions: 20 x 15 inches
Media: Pen and ink
NOTE (applies only to reprints): You are purchasing a professionally reprinted poster of an original art piece. A matte and frame is not included - that is an individual choice to be made by the purchaser.
Any watermarks visible in the gallery photos have been digitally added to protect the online images; the watermarks are not part of the original or reprinted art pieces.
Technical pens were the mainstay of the designer and illustrator's craft before the development of computer graphics. Now, many art enthusiasts are rediscovering the technical pen because its handiwork stands out almost magically against the bland precision of computer rendered graphics. My work has always been produced with the best technical pens and durable India inks available.
Ships unframed, $250. Shipping and packaging is included in the price. Payment can also be made through Paypal (request address) to avoid Yessy vendor fees.