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Across the street from the drugstore, one day last week, I saw a nifty little ’56 Chevy. A very little ’56 Chevy– “Chopster” is seriously shortened, a whole door shorter than the standard wheelbase Chevy wagon it must once have … Continue reading
Sitting here behind the wheel of Stinky, the old Lenovo ThinkPad, and feeling mightily content, since I’ve saved myself a thousand bucks or so, at least temporarily. Have been enjoying a brief flirtation with the idea of a Mac laptop … Continue reading
I like this picture. I like the caption. (It’s a complete sentence!) I like the typesetting and the figure drawing and the linework and the expression on the fact of the lady in the striped dress at the far right. … Continue reading
To finish off our Best of the Drawing of the Day Weekend, here’s a bonus drawing of the day. We haven’t done one of these in a while, so a brief explanation may be in order. I began the drawing … Continue reading
And with this drawing we are caught up! The regular installment of the Best of the Drawing of the Day you’ll see next Thursday (probably) will be something I drew this week, for better or worse. So, without further ado, … Continue reading
In my sketchbook, angels (and sometimes devils as well) often appear in the form of hunky young men with a sort of male model look. I generally try to avoid making everyday characters look pretty-pretty. I’d like to say it … Continue reading
Welcome to Best of the Drawing of the Day Weekend, a festive long weekend of posts devoted to catching up on the weekly Best of the Drawing of the Day feature, which was sadly neglected during the World Cup. This … Continue reading
Taking one last tour through the eleven (!) pages of letter sized legal pad (not a real notebook, sorry) I filled up while watching this summer’s World Cup games. As always, it’s not about sports at all– it’s about looking … Continue reading
Generally speaking, I tend to forget about the World Cup pretty much immediately once it’s over. Then it comes as a big surprise to me four years later when the compelling narrative of this classic tournament seems to start up … Continue reading