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It took a bit of trial and error to get a good shot of this pair of mismatched partners with the New Phone Camera. (Luckily, I had plenty of free time on location, though photography required a liberal interpretation of … Continue reading
Whether your fleece is white as snow or you’re the black sheep of the family, here’s hoping you had a good Easter or Passover, or that you enjoyed whatever you did to celebrate the fact that one of the worst … Continue reading
It’s two, two, two rants in one! a) I was, as I so often am, shopping at the local big box store (this would be the one with the logo featuring concentric circles) and the friend I was shopping with … Continue reading
That sounds like a low rent team up comic: “Skylancer and Mai Tai in: Secrets Prowl the Old Bazaar”. Better put that in the notebook. Jack or Iowa or Mr. Spit could be reading a Skylancer and Mai Tai comic … Continue reading
We are back from SPACE, the Small Press and Alternative Comics Expo, in Columbus Ohio. This year’s show was the fifteenth in a series, and very sincere thanks go out to Bob Corby and his team for another great April … Continue reading
Went in to a Walgreen’s this afternoon to buy a few personal necessities, and was surprised and pleased to get a well worn “wheat penny” in my change. And then I turned it over, as one does, to try to read … Continue reading
Enter Antelopia with another image from the new phone camera. There are places in the world where it is probably common to capture two sorts of antelope in one snapshot, but Northern Indiana is not usually one of them. And … Continue reading
Two concepts, really. One is the smartphone as a blogging platform, the other is spring. I had some hope of eventually getting a smartphone, but most of the way through this winter I was pretty sure we were never going … Continue reading
Another from my collection of scans of paper matchbox labels and similar printed ephemera. Usually I keep them because of their awesome black line and flat color graphics, which are so inspirational for comics and cartooning, but this one, in … Continue reading
Sluddle progresses. Here is another scanned page of more or less finished inks (I may decide to shade Iowa’s shirt in some way, but I’m holding off on that until I see whether it will make the denser pages too … Continue reading