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Landline is a (very) minor Rustbelt superhero who is in tryouts for a role in the Angel/Devil story. This drawing of the day was the first attempt at a costume design for him, plus a setting that when rendered in … Continue reading
These two are old friends of the blog, having appeared in at least three previous Best of the Drawing of the Days* (more than any characters outside the Kekionga canon), and they are certainly old friends of my sketchbook, having … Continue reading
“Psychedelic Josef” from my MS Paint Gallery. There are certain days when there’s nothing to do but dive into this ancient drawing program for an hour or so and see what emerges. MS Paint– a bitmapped direct connection to the … Continue reading
You remember the Irish yeti from yesterday? Here he is in comics form. I think the Irish yeti is definitely a thing. In fact, he is so much of a thing that I couldn’t resist making him into a color … Continue reading
More of those strange blown glass holiday ornaments. When I first saw this little guy hanging on the tree, I thought he was a rather fashionably dressed yeti. Further consideration involving his green costume and the pipe he’s holding made … Continue reading
There are characters everywhere; this one has serious wrinkles around its eyes.
It’s a shrike! Regular readers will remember a recent Drawing of the Day post where I speculated that I was in the process of creating a new kind of imaginary sketchbook animal, one with a thick mane or crest of … Continue reading
(Blogging tonight from a car stuck in traffic via a phone plugged in to its cigarette lighter.) Saw a car up on a lift today, with this nameplate on its trunklid. There’s definitely a new character in a future story … Continue reading
The real world garage and the not so real world Kekionga fiction have not stopped the drawing of the day. I started sketchbook #34 this week, so I thought I’d start showing you some of the drawings from the last … Continue reading