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Among my convention table toys is a rubber squeaky rat I got at the dollar store one Halloween. The plan is to fit him with wings and make him into a flying junkyard rat like the ones in Kekionga. This … Continue reading
Since The Goldenrod Snit established Sydney Van Cleef, (affectionately known as Syd) as a canon member of the Kekionga cast, I decided last weekend to draw a sort-of-official portrait of him as my drawing of the day. I don’t have … Continue reading
I’ve been (mis)using my drawing of the day project for the last week or so, to create the visuals for a highly experimental minicomic, so it was a real pleasure today to go back to the usual routine. (That, of … Continue reading
I found this elegantly dressed dude in one of my drawing of the day sketchbooks from last year, as I was searching for some illustrations for a new minicomic. I remember drawing him and the half finished piece has always … Continue reading
As we catch up (again) with the weekly drawing of the day feature, add this character to the growing collection of drawing of the day sketchbook superheroes. I’m not sure if Flying Wheel (or perhaps The Flying Wheel?) is a … Continue reading
“I’m fascinated by the idea of an Igor who is also a werewolf.” I guess this one is pretty self explanatory– and it’s also one of those rare drawings of the day which were planned to illustrate an existing idea … Continue reading
Yes, there are two guys here (baseline humans, more or less), but the stars of this scritchy-scratchy pen drawing with its strongly triangular composition are the wingback armchair and the white felinoid. I’ve never drawn a wingback chair before, and … Continue reading
Combine the standard monster/alien/character race/mythological being called the naga with the furry snakes you often see in my sketchbooks. Add a character that could be an android, a robot, or even another kind of alien. And you get … a … Continue reading
Continuing to catch up on the drawing of the day backfiles. In this drawing, someone is carrying half the moon.Seriously, it’s part of a sculpture of the man-in-the-crescent-moon. (Presumably it will be assembled on site.) OK. I decided that was … Continue reading
This supernatural character is sly and conniving and only an angel because of the wings. And the wings themselves are heavily abstracted, to the point where they may be unrecognizable. Spirals, as always, represent magic and mystery. I was very … Continue reading