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(This is the follow up to the last post with the great C.C. Beck art in it, which you really should go back and look at if you haven’t already. It’s much better than anything an otter could draw.) Iowa, … Continue reading
Erik Walks-on-Air is, of course, a flying hero. In fact, he’s what I think of as a pure flying hero– he doesn’t use technology or magic, and he doesn’t have “flight” as just one item on a list of mighty … Continue reading
Sketchbook Week returns with a new online album of sketchbook drawings of everyone’s favorite retired god. It’s called Anpu’s Album and there are nine cool Anpu portraits there right now. I plan to add more as I either draw or … Continue reading
Plans. What are these plans you speak of? Ha. Life snickers scornfully at your puny plans. But since it’s sketchbook week, here is a random image from my sketchbooks. I mean that– I pulled the book of the shelf and … Continue reading
The twelfth* of the fifty superheroes is the mighty Man-O-Taur. And I have mixed feelings about him. Not about the drawing, which I quite like (doing the whole thing with the scritchy-scratchy pen is always a fun technique) nor about … Continue reading
Here on the blog it’s Sketchbook Week! Movie Week seemed to go over well, so this week will be dedicated to images from my sketchbook. Posts will include two more of the Fifty Superheroes from last year’s ongoing project, … Continue reading
Well, that was unexpected. Around the Internet, some cartoonists and artists are celebrating “Mermay” with a month of drawings of mermaids and mer-people of all kinds. I don’t generally do challenges of this kind (except Inktober, which I did last … Continue reading
Heroes ten and eleven are the first superteam in the Fifty Superheroes Universe. (Which is apparently a thing.) The Venn Siblings are pretty clearly in the “Wonder Twin” class: a pair of sibs whose individual powers combine to create effects … Continue reading
The fifty sketchbook superheroes return with a traditional flying heroine, the awesome Flying Wing. Her costume is a classic Golden Age “girl’s” costume, with a modest chainmail bodice, little skirt, leotard under costume and oversized gauntlets and boots. As a … Continue reading