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I did get a little bit of a late start today, but most of the reason this first page is appearing well after noon is that it took a really, really long time to pencil. It looks simple, but it … Continue reading
Four lesser known members of the Kekionga cast, all with unusual if not legendary qualities, pose for a hypothetical portrait in the Woods. Gale, of course, is Iowa’s roommate, the unfrozen cave girl unfrozen cave woman. She is bigger than … Continue reading
This is a drawing that deserves more. The pose has so many things wrong with it that you could write a whole essay critiquing it. But this little saint’s face is so sweet– you know he forgives me for drawing … Continue reading
Look! Scientists! Or, rather, look, more scientists. I draw an awful lot of scientist characters in my sketchbooks, and I’m not really sure why. I am not a scientist myself, and the kind of science I sometimes write about in … Continue reading
This handsome adventurer in his fancy parka wouldn’t get far on his expeditions without his faithful snopac. I’ll leave it up to you whether he is a real explorer, or only a charismatic guide working for a successful company specializing … Continue reading
There’s lots of new stuff today at kekiongacomics.com, including three new essays over at Hopelessly Lost, but Making Good Time, and an introduction to the entire universe on the Knotted Rope page under “about Kekionga”.