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“The twins with their new tutor, in the lab, with Abacus, Boiling Henry and the Thing.” As we restart the weekly “Best of the Drawing of the Day” feature, here is the latest outing in the Twins/Tutor series, which has … Continue reading
I wish I was more of a jerk. I probably would be a better photographer. Unfortunately, at least for my image output, I actually have some manners. These were taught to me as a kid, and like so many annoying … Continue reading
Among my convention table toys is a rubber squeaky rat I got at the dollar store one Halloween. The plan is to fit him with wings and make him into a flying junkyard rat like the ones in Kekionga. This … Continue reading
By now, you’ve all had a chance to read The Goldenrod Snit— if you missed it, you can start with page one here. I really enjoyed making this minicomic– it’s been way too long since I made a classic eight … Continue reading
Tearing up the studio, getting ready for a con: it’s always nice to find a long lost new pen rather than the mummified mouse I always rather dread … I“BBBBB: I love lettering the letter B with an ITALIC Pen”– … Continue reading
I continue to pursue the poetic form of the Hulk Ku, which is are haikus told in the voice of the Incredible Hulk. My inner Hulk shares my interests and those of many eager watchers this afternoon. PLUTO SHIP SEND … Continue reading
Things that Annoy Werewolves: Insults to their Grandparenting Skills.The Professor got into a bit of a wolfy snit over this addition to the the Bulletin Board of Doom and Bad Photoshopping outside the Top Secret Breakroom. “As if!” he sputtered. … Continue reading
Imagine there is a school where all the students can shapeshift into a wide variety of animal forms. There would definitely be student clubs for everyone who can change into the same kind of animal, clubs where you can run … Continue reading
When you’re in work mode, nothing beats listening to podcasts and streaming radio documentaries and comedy shows to keep the ink flowing. And I know I’ve missed a lot of Wait, Wait, Don’t Tell Mes recently, so I headed over … Continue reading