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Monthly Archives: August 2012
With all the SPX prep going on, work on Bottlecaps has been continuing behind the scenes. I don’t blog every minicomic, but when I do, I try not to forget to post. Here’s what looks like a close-to-final draft of … Continue reading
Another visit with one of my favorite sketchbook characters, the young girl in a boy’s knickerbocker suit. In this case she is an aristocratic lady heading for the hunting field, accompanied by her tutor, who welcomes the chance to cast … Continue reading
Here’s an exclusive internet preview of the cover for the dragon hunt sketchbook which I sincerely hope will debut at SPX. As you see, I am debating between three colors for one of the major elements of the front cover. … Continue reading
Going around and around a bit with the blogging software this morning. Please stand by! The problem is taken care of. Some of you may have noticed that last night’s post whining about Craig Ferguson’s new set was not displaying … Continue reading
“I know you hate it because it’s change, and change is awful.” Craig Ferguson on the Late Late Show‘s new set, 8/27/12 I’ve never mentioned it here before, but I’m a huge fan of Craig Ferguson and his cheerfully filthy, … Continue reading
Watch out for all that stuff, everybody. Let’s be careful out there. (image via tumblr)
I have no idea if this is Neil Armstrong’s footprint on the Moon, but maybe that doesn’t really matter. I picked this image to remember him by, out of all the ones my tumblr dashboard offered me, because the things … Continue reading
And temptation resisted. Just a little brag here: some of our neighbors laid about a quarter block of new sidewalk and a great big new double driveway this week, right where I pass it at least once a day on … Continue reading
The word on the street was that this flick was no good–reviewers seemed to take the position that it was some kind of profound insult to the good name of the original Bourne series starring the great Matt Damon. Well, … Continue reading
There is no real excuse for posting this. I just thought it was really, really cute. Sorry ahead of time. This little shedu doesn’t stand around being all impressive outside Assyrian temples (or outside the Mesopotamian antiquities departments of major … Continue reading