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A sheet of scrap paper, folded in half, is where a lot of my notes are taken, and where a lot of my stories begin. They pile up on top of my scanner, or on top of the old printer … Continue reading
While the events of earlier perk along in my mind, and the iPod is on the charger so I can eventually get the pictures out, let’s prowl through the cartoonist’s faithful notebook to find an idea for today’s post. “Kids, … Continue reading
A not a haiku/for today/ within 3 minutes/ of its composition. I cannot concentrate on drawing With those mini donuts In the kitchen.
Something small but interesting happened in the backyard this evening at twilight, and I had the weirdest feeling I had seen it before. A few moments of rummaging around the studio found this notebook entry, dated 7/18/2001, proving that I … Continue reading
I was sitting in a car, waiting for a friend to buy a ball of yarn, when a wild character appeared. He was inspired by two people I saw a few seconds apart: one young man wearing shorts and a … Continue reading
Went on a road trip last weekend and the car spotting was first rate. Only one photo, unfortunately (and that one isn’t very good), but everyone who spots knows how hard it is to shoot vehicles in the opposite lanes … Continue reading
The very, very stupidest thing anyone can ever do is leave the house without a pen. Leave the notebook at home, if you must– decent scrap paper is fairly easy to find, and you can draw on paper napkins and … Continue reading
# # What is this? # #? The common answer might be “pound sign, duh”, and there’s nothing wrong with that. But that symbol’s more properly called an octothorp, and it’s found in early English mapmaking and recordkeeping where it … Continue reading
Junkyard Moon proceeds (turn in here tomorrow morning US Central Time for some incredible pictures), and the last missing notebook has reappeared. (I knew there was a second red hardcover … ) And inside it I found this quote, with … Continue reading