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Five things found under the stove when we moved it to install a new heating element: a tablespoon a dinner knife a large wooden spoon with a long handle the bottom part of a broiler pan a Christmas cookie (undecorated) … Continue reading
Drawings of the day made away from home sometimes look a little different, since they are inked with tools you find in the traveling kit rather than the studio toolbox or the contents of the Coffee Cups of Doom and … Continue reading
There are four finished scripts in my pile that I really like, scripts for longer minicomics varying in length from 16 to maybe 36 pages. (They aren’t all completely broken down.) All are classic Kekionga stories featuring the core … Continue reading
That sounds like a low rent team up comic: “Skylancer and Mai Tai in: Secrets Prowl the Old Bazaar”. Better put that in the notebook. Jack or Iowa or Mr. Spit could be reading a Skylancer and Mai Tai comic … Continue reading
We are back from SPACE, the Small Press and Alternative Comics Expo, in Columbus Ohio. This year’s show was the fifteenth in a series, and very sincere thanks go out to Bob Corby and his team for another great April … Continue reading
A cartoonist is the person who, when she sees this beautiful historic photograph,her first thought is “Cute bag! I could put my sketchbook and my camera in the main compartment and my pencil case in the front pocket and there’s … Continue reading
If everything is going according to plan, a lot of my business cards have made their way into the hands of friends, colleagues, readers, and general passers by over the last few days, and I hope at least some of … Continue reading
Chose this drawing just because I like it, and because it represents a twist on the usual sketchbook double portrait of character-and-creature– who is the creature here? Plus, this is a rare case of meaningful inking. My inking is usually … Continue reading
It took a month and more, but Birds in a Sluddle is finished. I gave up posting it bit by bit when my eye problems got so much worse, because nobody wants to read about that. But now I’ve … Continue reading
Or you can at least replace 997 of them with this brush pen outpouring from last night– pure brushwork without a net.I didn’t know that was what my soul looked like, but it doesn’t surprise me much.