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Here’s a creeptacular setting for your latest comic or other story– an abandoned amusement park full of fiberglass dinosaurs and other prehistoric creatures, somewhere along the twisting two lanes of some past its prime tourist region in the Great Lakes … Continue reading
You know it’s a long, weird day when dinner is a sandwich eaten at twenty after nine at night. But what a sandwich, one that makes up for the late hour and at least some of the weirdness: broiled marinated … Continue reading
The theme for this year’s Oh, Comics! anthology is “Music” and I decided to write a theme song for Foursquare, Kekionga’s home grown superhero. The first page of the story called “Theme Song” is the imaginary cover for the imaginary … Continue reading
A cross, perhaps, between the Hunchback of Notre Dame and the Creature from the Black Lagoon, with a touch of those classic Creations, this awkward character is definitely one of those monsters who is fundamentally misunderstood. You can tell from … Continue reading
Still fairly fluish here, but feeling well enough to post the drawing I scanned yesterday before it hit me full force. If my calculations are correct, one more post will catch us up in drawings of the day and the … Continue reading
Is horrible. Hurts? Everything. Hair. Toenails. World, I kind of hate you right now. Come back later, please.
Saddles are hard to draw, so, hey, I found a way to draw somebody riding … something in a way that suggests a saddle (or some kind of tack) without having to draw anything. Plus I think her pose is … Continue reading
One of the “good” things about having insomnia is that you have a lot of free hours to spend lying in the dark thinking about random low priority issues. Last week, when I was packing some of my photographic gear … Continue reading
Or rather the collector of lists of all possible stories. That’d be me. There’s lists of 25 or 28, and my favorite is the list of two.* Today I found a list of four I’d never seen before. The quote … Continue reading