This is Phil L Nippert. I post drawings of mine here to offer (usually limited edition runs of 50) digital prints of them for sale. All drawings are scanned and printed at 600 dpi. I only use permanent, pigment-based HP inks. All prints are matted and mounted (default mat choice is a two inch border in a neutral color, but I will try to meet other realistic specifications). Shipping costs not included in posted prices. To see what's here, scroll down until you see a drawing you like. All prints are done on acid-free white cardstock with at least a half inch border, and signed and numbered. To purchase something, click on the basket icon between the search boxes to the right, then click on "Return to Shop" to access an alphabetized list of prints.
Did this while doing laundry in Springfield, IL in the north end of town sometime around 2003. Picked it up this year to see how far I could take it with color, specifically how varied I could make the houses without making them look like a plastic Playschool set. Added the purple sky to really make you feel how cold it was.
10 1/4 x 6 3/8 inches, watercolor pencil on printed copy of ballpoint original done on-site, 2019. Print is a matted, mounted, signed 600 dpi color print on white acid-free cardstock with half-inch borders, in a limited edition run of fifty. I only use permanent, pigment-based HP inks, which meet the ISO 11798 fade-resistance standard.
One of several old drawings chosen for watercolor practice, I think I drew it in Lincoln Park in Springfiled, IL in 2002 or so. It always stood out among my outtakes, since the lines were so bold. So I gave it a second look this year and added watercolor to it, starting with the green in the leaves and grass, then adding the yellow background diagonals and finishing with the tree trunks.
6 1/4 x 10 7/8 inches, watercolor pencil on printed copy of ballpoint pen original done on-site, 2019. Print is a matted, mounted, signed 600 dpi color print on white acid-free cardstock with half-inch borders, in a limited run of fifty. I only use permanent, pigment-based HP ink which meets the ISO 11798 fade-resistance standard.