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In Iowa’s office (Iowa is Professor Lykander’s student assistant), there is a fat little stone gargoyle sitting on the desk. He spends most of his time posing as a sculpture, perched on the edge of a lopsided black painted plaster … Continue reading
In the Old Chinese Reading Room (so called because of the colorful silk tapestries of extra squirmy dragons hanging between the main shelving units and the smell of Six Treasures Fried Rice that lingers there on rainy afternoons) a young … Continue reading
Yes, the moonlight falls on the ancient, well polished, linoleum floors of the basement of the Noakes Library, in spite of the fact that it’s a basement and there are few, if any, true windows. At least on Halloween it … Continue reading
Time travelers and dimension walkers both agree– inconspicuous clothing and gear is the way to go if you don’t want to be discovered and condemned as a wizard or worse. Usually this means a plain cotton shirt and canvas trousers, … Continue reading
People sometimes come to this blog to read about fountain pens and how to care for them and use them for drawing and hand lettering, so I thought I would share with you what I do to get started with … Continue reading
“The Twins, with their new Tutor, at the bus stop, with the groceries” Imagine my shock to discover that the “best of the drawing of the day” posts have been going up more or less every week for rather more … Continue reading
As our British friends say this is “exactly what it it says on the tin”: a drawing of a shark in a swimsuit. A Certain Person says it does not look very much like a shark, but more like a … Continue reading
It’s always reassuring to see a couple of actual comics turn up in one week of drawings of the day. For those who aren’t lucky enough to live in this part of the world, at this time of year, the … Continue reading
I don’t know what these two are up to, but I bet it’s “no good”. They just look like a suspicious pair: the skinny baseline boy in punk gear and a cardigan sweater and the stocky hexapod gal with the … Continue reading
The Armored Corgi: Previously Unknown to Science! Hip young scientist in tank top: Gosh, Professor! It’s amazing! Jaded older scientist in white shoes: You say that now, but it just ate your lunch, too. Oh, the endless adventures of those … Continue reading