Category Archives: Kekionga and the Knotted Rope Universe

mushawasing, page 4

And there it is: the story of how Moose got her name.  It’s not just that she’s big and strong for a girl, and rather blunt and straightforward.  Or rather, that’s not all it is.  From Moose’s point of view, … Continue reading

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mushawasing page 3

I still like that last sentence about as well as anything I have ever written.  The designs for the Native American woman and child (and yes, Little Moose would definitely have called them “Indians” at that age) are based on … Continue reading

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mushawasing page 2

What does happen when you fall asleep in the Woods?  Do you dream… or don’t you? For those not familiar with Kekionga’s distinctive wildlife, the creature with its feet in the Creek is a young female Saiga petrovskii,  the woodland saiga. … Continue reading

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read a story: mushawasing, page 1

Have you every read Mushawasing?  It’s an important bit of the Kekionga backstory.  If you haven’t, now might be a good time.  I’ll be posting here, a page a day, through the weekend.  Hope you enjoy this little story about … Continue reading

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best of the drawing of the day: bedtime story

One of the things that happens during a long holiday weekend is the production of dense, highly detailed drawings of the day.  Long days with weird schedules, not just for the artist, but for other people in the household, means … Continue reading

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a soft pencil girl

I sat down this morning to pencil the drawing of the day. Couldn’t find my favorite aluminum bodied Rotring mechanical pencil in The Many Coffee Cups of Doom and Art Supplies, so I pulled a little plastic one out at … Continue reading

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all kinds of mammoths

Regular readers of this blog know that Twilight Beasts (“exploring the magnificent world  of lost Pleistocene beasts”) is one of our favorite Other Blogs.  All Pleistoscene beasts, from dire wolves to Nebraska camels, are aces in my book, and many … Continue reading

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read a complete comic! and more good stuff coming

Thank you, blogskateers, for being so patient while I got some stuff sorted out over the last few days. Now we have good news: a project completed (see below) two fun new projects in the sketchbooks I might be tempted … Continue reading

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best of the drawing of the day: the royal lizard

You are cordially invited to spend the weekend in the palace– your tour guide will be The Royal Lizard.  He looks like a monitor of some kind, possibly even a Komodo dragon, but he is most definitely royal.  Enjoy your … Continue reading

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of reruns and tabloids

Want to read a Kekionga story about an old fashioned checkout stand tabloid?  A rerun of the classic minicomic, Tabloid, is posting this week on the Official Facebook Page!  This is our second public site, and you do not have … Continue reading

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