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Combine the standard monster/alien/character race/mythological being called the naga with the furry snakes you often see in my sketchbooks. Add a character that could be an android, a robot, or even another kind of alien. And you get … a … Continue reading
Continuing to catch up on the drawing of the day backfiles. In this drawing, someone is carrying half the moon.Seriously, it’s part of a sculpture of the man-in-the-crescent-moon. (Presumably it will be assembled on site.) OK. I decided that was … Continue reading
This supernatural character is sly and conniving and only an angel because of the wings. And the wings themselves are heavily abstracted, to the point where they may be unrecognizable. Spirals, as always, represent magic and mystery. I was very … Continue reading
Finally finished (barring a few tweaks) the drawings of antique skeleton keys for a change of address card. One is pretty conventional, based on photographs of actual keys plus some period engravings. And one is … less conventional. It’s based … Continue reading
Cartoonist (to him or herself) : Draw fast! All your references for the drawing of the antique skeleton key* are on your phone and you’re running out of juice! Cartoonist’s younger self (or, if the Cartoonist is already young, an … Continue reading
Late night, as in Charles Knight, the late great scientific illustrator whose paintings will always be “the way dinosaurs look” to the the children of the 50s, 60s and 70s. I looked at a lot of modern illustrations that are … Continue reading
These have actually been done for a while; I was just waiting to be home and at my desk at the same time the internet was working. Go back to the script and see how I have added a tiny … Continue reading
When biking, Mr. Spit (the junior hero of the neighborhood and general purpose bad boy with a heart of gold) rocks a vintage Schwinn Stingray from tbe late 60s or early 70s. This is an established canon fact, and I’m … Continue reading
The end! Of the scribbles, anyway. This is the back cover, which I have decided to make into a sort of mini poster, with a psuedo scientific “illustration” of a brontosaurus, and the story of the comic in old fashioned … Continue reading
Here are the scribbles for the rest of the Cliffside scene. I didn’t realize until I made these scribbles that maybe Josef jumps over the cliff after the apple that Mr. Spit tosses to the dinosaurs. I suppose that’s as … Continue reading