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Tag Archives: digital art
Yesterday’s very mild April Fool (sorry, I don’t do pranks) was my first attempt to make a pastiche Japanese matchbox label image out of one of my sketches. I actually have a whole list of possible labels featuring the Kekionga … Continue reading
Iowa loves those Japanese matchbox labels, too. She found this one and posted it on her personal bulletin board deep in the basement of the Noakes.
One of the interesting things about having a monarchy (and a longlived monarch) is a chance to watch the evolution of a person in engraved portraits, rather than the usual photographs. We all know that Queen Elizabeth II is quite … Continue reading
What is this “dog” you speak of? I’m an otter! Aren’t I? (Totally amazing image via tumblr. Photoshopped? Probably. But who cares?)
Yes, this is just a pair of animated GIFs*. But every artist in the world who sees them immediately wants this drawing tool. And we think it should exist**. It seems so logical. It would be a great tool for … Continue reading
Sometimes you see an animated .gif and it just seems to say everything you want to say for a whole day. Plus, werewolf. (File this under “I wish I’d thought of this myself”.) The World Cup final and some cool … Continue reading
The car spotter’s natural ally is the smartphone camera. When I think of all the cool cars I saw in the years before the invention of the phone cam, I am filled with a vague sense of both nostalgia and … Continue reading
This little guy has been trotting around Kekionga for the last few days. Just for fun, I edited and colored the drawing of the day sketch I did to get his character design down on paper. He’s one of those … 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