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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
Minicomics out of nowhere! I wrote maybe 70-75% of a super short today, with no help, prompts, random words out the the dictionary or anything. This is a rarity. Not that I haven’t been writing minicomics scripts unassisted all along, … Continue reading
The big news today is that I was actually awake most of the day! When that hasn’t been true for a couple of days, it seems quite amazing. I was able to draw a little and I took the time … Continue reading
In spite of a few setbacks (I seem to have caught some kind of illness that I really hope is not the flu, among other things), work on the minicomic-based-on-words-you-sent-me is progressing. I seem to have cruised right through the … Continue reading
From the Tiny History of Kekionga comes this little image of Nate Berry (now Shelley’s distinguished folklorist grandfather) as a young man in front of his faithful Divco milk delivery truck. He called her “Rosinante”. The year is 1955 or … Continue reading
Just got back to the studio from the kitchen with a handful of fountain pens that all ran dry within the last half hour. Since posts about pens and hand lettering are always popular and since I had to scribble … Continue reading
This is the second part of the jury duty series, wherein a humble cartoonist and blogger is given a small but crucial part in determining the course of Justice with a capital J. Among other things, jury duty gives lay … Continue reading
The weird week continues, and one of its particularly unpleasant weirdnesses is the requirement that I spend all my daylight hours without the company of my beloved gadgets. That means, among many other things, no camera. Not that there aren’t … Continue reading
Weird week, gang, so have a page of doodles I did on a legal pad. The yellow legal pad, besides being great for writing and note taking, is an awesome surface for doodles. The pen is one of those free … Continue reading
This is the drawing that you saw bits of, in penciled form, in yesterday’s post. Scroll down and click on the images to see more of the art. This panel sketch is from my new long (30+ pages!) minicomic, Hero … Continue reading