On this Roadscapes Wednesday, I am featuring the 58th, 59th, and 60th Geek Alabama road drawings! The three road drawings feature a rural freeway intersection, a rural freeway interchange, and a huge traffic light intersection! Enjoy my work!
On this Roadscapes Wednesday, I am showing off five new road drawings! These road drawings vary from a 2-lane road becoming one way streets, traffic light intersection with one way streets, one interesting intersection, a downtown square with HAWK signals, and a road drawing thanking the supporters of Geek Alabama and my 28th birthday, enjoy!
This week on Roadscapes Wednesday, I am featuring two more cool road drawings from me! The 51st Geek Alabama road drawing features a highway with a one lane bridge going over a creek with a bike trail and a traffic light intersection. The 52nd road drawing features an Interstate highway at the beginning of a work zone, where one side of the road crosses over the median and forms a two-lane road while the other side is being reconstructed. Both drawings features a lot of reflectors and delineators, can’t have enough of them! So enjoy the road drawings, and if you want to learn more about how I draw my roads, go to: http://geekalabama.com/road-drawings/
I have been drawing roads all of my life, but I have reached my 50th road drawing since I started the Geek Alabama blog! So in this Roadscapes post, I am featuring my 49th and 50th road drawing. The first road drawing features a simple 2-lane freeway with a left hand exit for a rest area. The unique feature is the truck way-in-motion in the right lane. The second road drawing features a 2-lane highway at a traffic light intersection. The unique thing here is the one-way bridge for a park road.
If you want to learn more about how I draw my road drawings, click on the link at: http://geekalabama.com/road-drawings/ or view the SlideShare presentation below!
A little over two weeks ago, I wrote this post about why I believe the American Dream is dead for me. The post went viral and many people read it, thank you! So for this Roadscapes Wednesday post, I am showing off two road drawings illustrating the American Dream. The first road drawing illustrates the different directions you could possibly go after the American Dream has died. The second road drawing is very simple, one direction takes you toward the American Dream, the other direction takes you to the end of the American Dream.
Being unemployed for over 30 months hurts, and living in a region that is consistently ranked as one of the worst in America also hurts. So enjoy my road drawings, I am also embedding my visual resume below, enjoy!