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OK. It’s becoming pretty clear that I am having a ridiculous amount of fun playing around with adding color to my drawings of the day. So the Drawing of the Day Color Special is now officially a Thing. In order … Continue reading
These two are old friends of the blog, having appeared in at least three previous Best of the Drawing of the Days* (more than any characters outside the Kekionga canon), and they are certainly old friends of my sketchbook, having … Continue reading
The giant skull of an unknown and anatomically unlikely beast, hanging in the entrance of what seems to be a vast cave, half against a starry sky. In the socket of its wide-open eye, a small figure watches with a … Continue reading
This started out as a simple sketch of some of the types of kids you might see in further reaches of the Knotted Rope: sphinxes and chimerae and demonics and rock goblins and sasquatch, oh my. Matching neckerchiefs would seem … Continue reading
“Psychedelic Josef” from my MS Paint Gallery. There are certain days when there’s nothing to do but dive into this ancient drawing program for an hour or so and see what emerges. MS Paint– a bitmapped direct connection to the … Continue reading
This post is experimental. First, because Edison the Inventor (Kekionga’s Radio Whiz Bang!) put in a lot of hours of experimentation creating his Wonderful Propeller Phaeton. And second, because I’m experimenting with downloading images for the blog straight from my … Continue reading
You remember the Irish yeti from yesterday? Here he is in comics form. I think the Irish yeti is definitely a thing. In fact, he is so much of a thing that I couldn’t resist making him into a color … Continue reading
There’s a story here as old as teenagers and time: the baseline boy with the crooked ears has to babysit his kid sister; the chimera girl with the long fair hair has to watch her little brother. So why not … Continue reading
In case anyone was wondering, the drawing of the day project has just entered its eighth year. That’s an inked drawing, simple or elaborate, every single day for seven full years (so far). I wonder if it will make it … Continue reading
(Our now traditional post for Christmas night, an invented-on-the-spot bit of Kekionga folklore, originally posted in 2013.) One Christmas night we got home late from spending the holiday out of town. Our dog sitter left the Japanese lantern on beside … Continue reading