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As all practitioners of a (semi) regular routine of unplanned or automatic drawings can tell you, making a genuine “lucky drawing” is a rare event. I’m honestly not sure whether the term is my own invention or not; it’s quite … Continue reading
Happy (American) Thanksgiving*! I have made you a traditional Thanksgiving art/craft, the handprint turkey. The conventional media for this form are construction paper, wax crayon and white glue, but this one is executed in brush pen over pencil on yellow … Continue reading
As you can tell by the number worked into the design, this is one of this year’s Inktober drawings. The prompt for the 26th day was “box”, which immediately suggested to me one of the many mysterious boxes that are … Continue reading
There’s a foundation rule for Kekionga and the vast, twisted city-on-the-edge-of-forever space opera universe that surrounds it: no elves, no aliens, no ansible. This is (surprisingly for me) a hard and fast rule that has molded the very nature of … Continue reading
It happened last week, of course, but I finished the October drawing challenge called Inktober in what felt like pretty good style on Halloween, with this drawing of Werewolf! Murphy and Vampire! Mr. (more properly Count) Spit. ( I actually … Continue reading
This one of my favorites (so far) of the special drawings of the day I’m doing as part of the Inktober project on the Internet. This is a project that challenges artists to make a finished drawing in ink every … Continue reading
A autumnal beastie in turtleneck, lunchtime today. Vintage filter for a groovy parchment look.
Let’s drop in on this month’s “Inktober” drawing challenge. I’m trying it this year by combining my regular Drawing of the Day project with the prompt list and daily posting requirement of the online challenge. (Read some of my thoughts … Continue reading
“Ferociously Realistic” a picture story from Kekionga Part 1 At the beginning of the last week of September, Iowa went the Big Box Home Improvement Store with her friend Suki to buy supplies for one of Suki’s art projects. “Normally, … Continue reading
I decided to participate in Inktober this year, and already, here on October 4th, the results have been interesting. Inktober is one of those internet art challenges where people attempt to do or accomplish something over the course of a … Continue reading