March 25, 2021 – My Most Viewed Image This Week @FineArtAmerica, Gift Writing, “Jogger”

Jogger Poster ©Felipe Adan Lerma, with Text and Digital Pen and Ink with Wash
Jogger Poster v3 Final rendition ©Felipe Adan Lerma, with Text and Digital Pen and Ink with Wash

Jogger is my newest “most viewed” for a one week period at Fine Art America!

It’s a fun piece, image and text – a perfect gift for yourself or a friend or loved one who enjoys running or jogging outdoors ❤️

The two figures are a rough outline from one of my original photos, Sunset Run, at –

I’ve more on the making of this all-digital line art and wash at –
March 22, 2021 – Developing 2 New Art Projects, One a Butterfly Watercolor on Paper, the Other a Digital Gift Item Combo of Poetry, Line Art and Wash for #Jogger – Update 4 : “Sky on Fire Butterfly” Completed! – this is part of series of posts, sharing my learning process using layers and brushes and more via Affinity Photo.

Thanks so much for everyone who’s stopped by to take a look, including with Fine Art America’s full resolution preview of sections of the image; very hand tool! 😊


Lots of gift items come to mind that work well with Jogger. Tote bags, available in 3 sizes, like the one featured below, are particularly practical and attractive!

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Also please note: Jogger is included in my Sports collection of poems at Amazon


It’s a treat that two weeks running one of my new combination digital art creations with one of my wife and mine’s gift poems from the 90s has been most viewed! ☺️

My previous most viewed for the week at Fine Art America, Little Dancer, including it’s development, is featured in my blog post here –
March 12, 2021 – Little Dancer Poster : Poetry, Line Art and Digital Wash

For my posts re my previous most-viewed images at FAA, here’s the series link –

Thank ya’ll again so much!!

Stay healthy everyone! Stay active! Stay creative! ❤️


ps – my next digital pen and ink with wash & poem is for an occupation – Radiology Technician; should be fun to see how I manage to put that one together, lol! 😊

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  1. “Joggers” is wonderful, and the butterfly is amazing!!! What an extraordinary blog you have! There’s so much to explore, learn from, and enjoy. I’m SOOOOOOOO happy to have found someone else who combines traditional with digital to make art! It’s an entire new universe of possibilities and you’re making magic in it. You use Affinity? I’m doing a free trial with it and am struggling to settle in. I know it can do the same as and probably more than Photoshop Elements but it’s baffling right now. That’s why I’m so scattered lately…LOL…Anyway, 👏👏♥️👏👏 🥰👋

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    • Thank you so much, Robin! 😊 Yes! Digital/traditional mix is (sorta) like the older stencil/traditional mix in my very limited knowledge and understanding of the latter. If you can, hang in there with Affinity – working with it does get easier. My 8 year old grandson’s catching onto it faster than I have in the years I’ve been using it, lol! There’s some good manuals on Amazon, depending if you’re on a desktop or iPad. A good manual for the latter is due out this fall, and there’s several for the desktop, check out – . Frank Walters has several highly rated books out for desktop now, his page is at – . Plus, with a one time life time fee for Affinity Photo, vs monthly fees forever, well…. 😊

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      • Thank you sooooo much for the encouragement, and the links! I’ll keep trying with Affinity. There’s no way I can pay for Photoshop! Photoshop Elements is what’ve I used for years, tho, and maybe they’ll have a sale on it some day (it can be purchased separately, without the Adobe monthly fee thing). As soon as I’ve successfully created something using Affinity I’ll post it!! Thank you soooo much!! 🥰👋

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  2. […] The article title’s a bit misleading, should be how quickly the coronavirus “could” spread, and probably does. Even if it doesn’t, it’s pretty obvious most anything else contagious would spread, lol! So, probably, most likely, Covid-19 would too 😊 It’s a simple take on, again, keeping one’s hands clean, etc, something Sheila and I’ve gotten way better with, though she’s always been really good ’bout it and I’ve been, well, not as bad as when I was 5 ☺️ The article, to its credit, does add that none of the very evident evidence of easy contagion even includes that of moisture and particle from people’s mouth and breathing – which then carries us from the reminder of the value of hand washing, to – wearing masks 😷 I wear a mask to protect others from my potential germs. Not something normally necessary. But more than half a million of us have died in our country from this virus so far. And much of that was, as other countries have shown, potentially preventable.But we are where we are now. And now, for me, and my wife, means glad to finally been able to get our full vaccinations. It also means continuing to frequently wash our hands after being outside our apt. And it definitely means wearing our masks at grocery stores and the gym and other places we may go.Which in turn means we won’t go where an establishment doesn’t require that others protect me or my wife from potential infection. Especially if it’s an indoor location.Those are our choices. I think they are science based. I think they are a reasonable imposition against our favored inclinations of gathering more frequently, more densely (though not as densely as when I was 20 😊), and without regard to indoor/outdoor except for the moment’s preference.So that’s my not-as-short as I intended “take”, but still quick enough I think 🤔 😊 Certainly quicker than it took to get vaccines, lol!And no, not complaining ❤️ I sincerely hope, if you are so inclined, you receive or received your vaccine(s) as quickly and safely as possible 🙏 Now, as I prepare myself for a possible rough day or two, like after my 1st shot, I’ll wish everyone well, with updates promised as needed on how we’ve responded to our 2nd round of shots 💕 Adanps – am making progress with my digital line art for my next pen and ink and wash with another of our poems written in the 90s for shows, Radiology Technologist, getting the “skeleton” of the details built up 😊 My latest completed sample, Jogger, was most viewed on Fine Art America last week. You can see it and read about it on my post here –March 25, 2021 – My Most Viewed Image This Week @FineArtAmerica, Gift Writing, “Jogger” […]

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    • Thanks, Francisco – I need the encouragement, lol! In the 90s, when my wife and I wrote all these (w/out pics with them or anything) we did very well at the art & seasonal festivals, but those days are long gone for us now via Covid and much older bodies, lol! But I’m hoping, by creating images for them, maybe generate some online & gift shop sales, we’ll see 😊

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