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Finally finished (barring a few tweaks) the drawings of antique skeleton keys for a change of address card. One is pretty conventional, based on photographs of actual keys plus some period engravings. And one is … less conventional. It’s based … Continue reading
Where is Babel University? I have no idea, but I’m pretty sure that the shirt is a novelty featuring a common student nickname for that august institution. It’s real name is Something Something City College (or maybe the Something Something … Continue reading
Regular reader Wolfie and the amazing Masako were here at World Headquarters this morning on their way to Chicago to see the Magrittes. (They took me along and we had a great time in spite of the crowded galleries.) While … Continue reading
As our British friends say this is “exactly what it it says on the tin”: a drawing of a shark in a swimsuit. A Certain Person says it does not look very much like a shark, but more like a … Continue reading
Just when you thought the drawing of the day could not get any sillier, have a sculptor and a small figure with a very big attitude. For something so ridiculous, this drawing is actually quite formal, inked very strictly in … Continue reading
It’s always reassuring to see a couple of actual comics turn up in one week of drawings of the day. For those who aren’t lucky enough to live in this part of the world, at this time of year, the … Continue reading
I don’t know what these two are up to, but I bet it’s “no good”. They just look like a suspicious pair: the skinny baseline boy in punk gear and a cardigan sweater and the stocky hexapod gal with the … Continue reading
People sometimes ask me how long it takes to ‘break in” a new fountain pen. This is normally a hard question to answer, since a lot of it depends on the pen. Softer nibs break in faster than harder ones, … Continue reading
A thousand posts and a post here on this little blog, and all due to our lovely, lovely audience. I have drawn some more pictures of you to say thank you. Here’s hoping you can see yourself in there somewhere.
Sort of like a Man in Black, except for some reason I decided not to black in his suit. Instead I started shading it with hatching, and ended up with three or four different sizes of hatching and a few … Continue reading