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Author Archives: Pam Bliss
My major accomplishment yesterday: I bookmatched the bacon.
A scribble day being a day off for necessary maintainance, both mental and artistic. Regular programming will return. Heads down, work hard, tell the truth to power.
Drawing in my lap: the final design for the Monster Hunter character in my current story. The regular cast are looking pretty chibi, but she is the chibi-est.
These objects I met on a recent thaw walk through the local construction site had the presence of fellow beings, so I felt like I was making portraits as I passed by. (the camera is the Pocketrocket: Fuji X-M1/27mm f/2.8. … Continue reading
Number three in our cavalcade of fifty sketchbook superheroes is the second Speedy. The “Speedy” collective is made up of fat people who are powerful speedsters. (The numbers are based on the order of their public appearance.) Presumably their powers … Continue reading
A partial portrait of someone who would much rather be playing in clay than posing for a photograph. (Hint, there is a reason why his nicknames include both “Nose” and “Tail”. ) Or maybe it’s just a picture of … Continue reading
This blog is, by definition and since its founding, non political. But regardless of your exact opinions, you may find these quotes from one of my very favorite authors helpful in surviving this moment in history: http://io9.gizmodo.com/10-discworld-quotes-youll-desperately-need-for-the-next-1791086730
Phone camera forays into the floral departments are a winter refuge for a ‘tog who like flowers. It’s no garden macro, but we will take what we can get. Here’s the original crop-and-edit from this afternoon at the discount store, … Continue reading
Today’s entry is called “Coffee Squatch”. It is a drawing of a sasquatch drinking coffee. Not really much to say about that, except that it is yet another example of how a cup of coffee is a great prop. Usually … Continue reading
Everybody’s least favorite weather phenomenon but lovely to photograph: ice this morning in the back yard. Pentax K-5iis with the great Pentax 100mm f/2.8 WR Macro, of course.