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Today I made some digital art/ out of a layout that was insulting to camels/ (accidentally, I hope.)
If you have domestic animals in your story, whether in fiction or real life, you have a neighborhood veterinarian. And every vet practice needs an office cat. This is Bumper, newly employed in that position at our own vet’s office.
Two squares of blue koi feeding in a local park during a March rain. (Fuji X-T10 with the 60mm f/2.4, tweaks to contrast and saturation for that Japanese style koi effect.)
Animal World. Two Quarters. Pink Elephant. (Count this as a critical success.)
Now that we’ve determined that in sketchbook world, a three eyed humanoid character is a troll and a three eyed beastie is a troll animal, the current label for Yum Yum Ale (from local artisan brewery Three Floyd’s Brewing) features … Continue reading
A couple of inked snippets to go with yesterday’s penciled ones. Above, the Black Chicken. Below, a very small drawing of Iowa being enthusiastic about a new book.
Happy Year of the Rooster, or Cockerel if you choose, from the Black Chicken and everyone here in Kekionga. May the Black Chicken lead you to everything you wish, this year and every year. (The Black Chicken of Kekionga is … Continue reading
I have a cold, so please accept this pink glass lizard. Extra points if you can tell me where I was when I took its photograph.
Do a lot of people just walk down the street with a spare 900 bucks burning holes in their pockets, see this display in a jewelry store window, and say to themselves “You know, what I really need today is … Continue reading
Emerson (at the Toledo Zoo) is Galapagos tortoise #30. Even though he is well into Galapagos tortoise middle age at 115 (GT lifespan being about 200 years or a bit more), he is still a vital part of the zoo … Continue reading