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One of the most entertaining questions that turns up when drawing people from a highly morphically diverse society as found in the Other Place of the Knotted Rope is “what about clothes?” If you love inventing and drawing clothes, this … Continue reading
Anthropomorphic aircraft doing what the do best: attacking goofy enemy missiles with their mighty talons and … eating people’s lunches? That’s what happens when you paint a fighter with the classic “shark mouth” nose art. Weird stuff from the Air … Continue reading
This simple scene is actually a pretty important piece of worldbuilding. One of the settings that has always been missing in Kekionga is a corner cafe/diner/ breakfast all day booth and counter restaurant where all the characters come and go … Continue reading
(Sorry for the delay. Back to our reading of ASK BUD!, with bonus creator commentary. Trying out a new photographic technique as well.) I am forced to admit that Kekionga, though well equipped with actual Woods, did not have a … Continue reading
At the Farmers’ Market. For somebody who loves going to Farmers’ Markets and photographing them, I’m not that great at drawing them, at least in the simplified form required here. A project for this summer, perhaps. This is the most … Continue reading
Another fixture of any respectable off campus neighborhood is at least one really good used bookstore. King Raven on the Moraine Avenue Stroll is huge, taking up the basements of most of a block. It takes its name from STSU’s … Continue reading
(Sorry for the late post– went to see the Big Movie that opened today. Expect a review eventually.) Every college or university has a favorite laundromat, frequented by everyone who just can’t hack the sordid laundry rooms in the basements … Continue reading
The finished cover of ASK BUD!. If you don’t feel like rotating the image, the text reads “A series of brief, eccentric and (somewhat) pointless interviews with one of Kekionga’s most enigmatic inhabitants, presented in comics form for your amusement, … Continue reading
And so we come to the end of our stroll down memory lane with the very first Kekionga story. Mr. Spit: more ugsome than a million bugs. And Josef takes the first of many star turns at the finales of … Continue reading
Returning now to our rereading of the very first Kekionga story, photographed from the original minicomic. Hee! Hoo! The definitive Mysterious Animal proves to be a Horrible Creature as well, solving Kekionga’s alien bird problem before it even gets a … Continue reading