Freeing the Progress! Captain Rhino’s Progress

Final pages from “Captain Rhino’s Progress – An Allegory of the Workplace” written by Dottie Froese and illustrated by James Joe Froese – hope you enjoyed it and a rare peek into the originals. If you’d like a copy, let me know. Email to ethan@jjfroese.com

Page 29 Original
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Page 30 Original

 

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Page 31 Original

 

Credits

 

Futility – Captain Rhino’s Progess

Yesterday we left you with Captain Rhino’s Ship “Progress” being stuck.  More futility today. A stubborn Captain and his stuck progress! From the book written by Dottie Froese and illustrated by late artist James Joe Froese.  It’s interesting to see the colored version for some of these pieces. 

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Page 21 Original in color

 

Page 22

 

Page 22 Original

Policy – Captain Rhino’s Progress

Oh yes the dread “P” word in the work place. Policy! Pages 18 thru 20 in “Captain Rhino’s Progress – An Allegory of the Workplace” written by Dottie Froese and illustrated by James Joe Froese. 

Page 18

 

Page 18 Original

 

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Page 19 Original

 

Page 20

 

Page 20 Original

Page 12 and 13 – Captain Rhino’s Progress

Pages 12 and 13 from Dottie Froese’s “Captain Rhino’s Progress – An Allegory of the Workplace”. Illustrated by artist James Joe Froese. It’s been a nice surprise to see the originals that were in color. To help get the book published ($$$) Dottie had to opt to have the book illustrations done in black and white.  

Page 13 – Black and White

 

Page 13

 

SS Progress Original Watercolor/Pen 11×7

Silas Skunk and Oliva Owl

Meet Silas Skunk and Oliva Owl in today’s edition of Captain Rhino’s Progress by Dorothy Froese and illustrated by Artist James Joe Froese. An Allegory of the work place! 

Page 8 Silas Skunk
Silas Skunk – Orignal
Oliva Owl Page 9
Oliva Owl -Original
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