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The medium is the message, or so this drawing suggests. Apparently my strongest thoughts at the time I drew it were not about the subject*, but about the drawing tool I was using. No matter how many line-miles I draw … Continue reading
(Remember how I said I was going to get the “best of” series caught up with the real drawing of the day by the end of November? Neither do I. I don’t think I actually ever said it, but I … Continue reading
I don’t know if it’s something you would wear to go shopping at a Black Friday sale, or whether it’s something you would buy at a Black Friday sale, but everybody looks great in a Wolf Hat. Plus it keeps … Continue reading
A rare beast in more ways than one, the Missouri Wild Man is a most unusual drawing of the day. I can only blame the travel drawing kit, which is the repository of the oddest assortment of random instruments that … Continue reading
Last Sunday’s Tumblr treat was this classic panel from an as yet unidentified comic:Scroll down to read what I wrote about it, mostly how it reminded me immediately of Bud and Jack. Never let it be said that I know … Continue reading
(Yes, there is going to be a follow up to yesterday’s post. But it’s not dry enough to erase yet. Please stand by.) Back to catching up with the drawing of the day, with a portrait of a mythical being.Yes, … Continue reading
Ever since I saw the gif I posted yesterday (which was some time last week; I just held onto the idea for Tumblr Sunday) I have been drawing various versions of the “whywolf” in my drawing of the day sketchbook. … Continue reading
Come with me now for a brief visit to those romantic days of yesteryear, when superhero comics were filled with innuendo, at least in the eyes of certain fans (and critics). Today gay superheroes are free to be just that, … Continue reading
When Iowa woke up the morning after Halloween, she was surprised, and not surprised, to find a black feather on her pillow. She didn’t remember dreaming, but perhaps she had.