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Cartoon Cat Art History: I really like this street art piece.
The scribble for page 8 of “Day of the Brontosaurus” went through two drafts. This is sort of unusual– while I often have to try two or more basic layouts before I “finish” one, I very seldom make two versions … Continue reading
And one more set of scribbles, this one long delayed … but it’s a big one: a two page spread with a complex (for me) semi symmetrical composition and lots of weird notes and personal comments and whining. How exactly … Continue reading
Another delayed post, this one from this afternoon. I am writing them all day , honest I am, and posting them when I can. This is page 5, and we are already at the end of the first scene. (Things … Continue reading
Scribbling: going well. Internet: not fixed. But here it is, with a delayed post from earlier today. Here are pages 2, 3, and 4. Click on each image to see a larger version, and take a shot at reading … Continue reading
Good morning, afternoon, and welcome back to minicomics ??, the liveblogging experiment that combines the production of an actual minicomic with the exciting complications of real life interference and an erratic internet connection. It’s your online minicomics reality show! Today … Continue reading
Announcing the return of a Kekionga Klassic! The next round of Minicomics Live!, the first of 2015, begins next week. That’s right: starting next Monday morning, I will be creating an entire minicomic live right here on the old blog. … Continue reading
Went to an antique and vintage objects show today, and saw this sitting on top of a stack of pages from a disassembled reprint art book. Man, that’s a drawing. Tons of power in the technique, and of course I’m … Continue reading
and around the world, kids are thanking Leonard Nimoy for the gift of Mr. Spock. Grownups too.