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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.
It’s sort of a rule that in the Drawing of the Day Sketchbook World, a family group consists of (at minimum) an Adult, a Child and a Horrible Creature. In this drawing, the Adult role seems to be ably filled … Continue reading
Is anything ever finished? Well, it darn well better be, if any comics are ever going to actually be published anywhere in the world, much less here in Kekionga. Here’s the probably finished cover you saw in a partially inked … Continue reading
If you know me, you know I have a deep loathing for all forms of pranks and practical jokes. So rest assured, you will not be subject to any kind of April Fool here. But in the spirit of the … Continue reading
Just for fun, here’s the cover of the second volume of Pretty Good Dragons in very rough conditions. Sane, normal cartoonists draw something like this in black on a white ground and then scan it and reverse the black and … Continue reading
They may be an interspecies couple. They may have radically different concepts of modesty in swimwear. But, oh, it’s summer where they are, and they’re sitting on a dock with at least one set of feet in the water, and … Continue reading
“Doctor Ulgyarkov found himself, unexpectedly, in the Nest itself.” (Or maybe it should be “quite unexpectedly”.) Oh, those wacky vaguely Eastern European scientists with small tinted spectacles! What amusing scrapes will they get into next? Poor Ulgyarkov looks remarkably cheerful … Continue reading