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Regular readers already know about my drawing of the day project. Six years ago yesterday I made a New Year’s resolution to do a finished, inked drawing every day for year. Frankly, I would have counted the project a success … Continue reading
The world is full of people who love bags and boxes and containers of all kinds. If that means you, here’s a wonderful blue toolbox. It’s a Trusco, from Japan, and I just want to fill it up with my drawing … Continue reading
You know my big camera, the Kaspian Monster, and of course the new phone camera is a blogging workhorse, but I don’t think you’ve ever met my small camera. So here’s an “around the studio in available light with the … Continue reading
Here’s an out take from yesterday’s check register photo shoot, if you can call setting random household objects on the computer keyboard in the studio and taking pictures of them with a phone camera a photo shoot. But I like … Continue reading
As I might have mentioned previously, I have been cleaning out the studio for the last week or so, and today I ventured into the closet. I don’t think the door has been opened for 15 years and at least … Continue reading
You know how you can repeat a word out loud over and over, and it loses its meaning and turns into just a sound? This snapshot of my drawing table is the visual equivalent:Or else it’s some kind of found … Continue reading
A very useful piece of work was accomplished in the course of the long wrangle over the title and cover design for the book that is now Junkyard Moon. I generated a long list of potential titles for future projects, … Continue reading
More stuff from the notebooks with no source attributed. I’m very close to 100% sure I didn’t write this one. “The first rule of successful tinkering is to save all the pieces.” Indeed, a quick Google search attributes this quotation … Continue reading
That is the bare white (ish) surface of my drawing table. We’ve all heard of clearing the decks, but this is ridiculous. (Or, for purists in the matter of usage, this is absurd.)A drawing table shouldn’t like this at 3:48 … Continue reading