Want to read a Pam Bliss minicomic?Lots of my minicomics and other Kekionga stories are now available to read online. Just click on "READ A COMIC!" right above this message.
looking for something? just type and click:
the last few posts
what manner of mysteries do I find here?
Category Archives: comics and cartooning
A camog, of course, is a cross between a dog and a camel. (My husband thought up the word , and, hey, it’s better than “damel”.)I drew this camog on the back of yet another Steak and Shake placemat at … Continue reading
Started out drawing a Knotted Rope sphinx (search the blog for “sphinx” to find out more about them). I wanted to put something in his hand and it turned out to be a coffee mug. The pose evolved and there … 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
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
Sometimes you see an animated .gif and it just seems to say everything you want to say for a whole day. Plus, werewolf. (File this under “I wish I’d thought of this myself”.) The World Cup final and some cool … Continue reading
Today we have a self portrait of surrealist artist and photographer Man Ray in an improvised turban decorated with what appears to be a dried starfish. He looks like he’s dressed as a mystic or a swami for a costume … Continue reading
A small statue of a rat meditating! Everybody needs a small Mexican pottery statue of Happy Buddha Rat*. He is usually going to sit behind my keyboard under my monitor, but I took him outside to photograph him. As usual, … Continue reading
An aging punk character is floating around the edges of a prose story I am writing, and while the Mohawk and at least some of the piercings have been left in his past, the tattoos remain. To me the tattoo-iest … Continue reading