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And there is no better companion for a time wasting walk than a camera. Playing around with a very narrow depth of field in the garden on the corner, with sort-of-impressionistic results … the striped ornamental grass is cheerful and … 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
In this case, the idea came from a visit to an antique mall in Michigan where I found this striking sculpture of a (very) minor pop culture icon, which immediately suggested this Italian restaurant placemat sketch and accompanying fictional fragment.Gideon … Continue reading
A camog, of course, is a cross between a dog and a camel. (My husband thought up the word , and, hey, it’s better than “damel”.)I drew this camog on the back of yet another Steak and Shake placemat at … Continue reading
Started out drawing a Knotted Rope sphinx (search the blog for “sphinx” to find out more about them). I wanted to put something in his hand and it turned out to be a coffee mug. The pose evolved and there … Continue reading
Inspiration comes in oddly shaped packages, and can be found in the strangest places. The next few posts will find their inspiration, such as it is, in these snapshots I took yesterday at a big chain drugstore. They feature an … Continue reading
The second story in The Illustrated Kekionga series of blog based serial fiction, Iowa’s Birthday Present, has found its way to some kind of ending. Iowa had a very happy birthday, and I hope you had a good time too. … Continue reading
The Little Figure subseries is progressing nicely. I have actually finished number 13 and may do another one tonight. For those who may have missed it, I’ve started a project within the larger drawing of the day, the goal of … Continue reading