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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
Did you know that I now have an Official Facebook Page? (How modern!) This is a public page– you do not have to be a member of Facebook to see and follow it. It’s just another way to stay in touch … Continue reading
Will you have iced tea or lemonade? Shooting in black and white makes everything a bit eerie, even on sunny summer morning. And a rusty old wrought iron tea table is slightly creepy to start with. The ghostly refreshments we’ll … Continue reading
OK. There’s this matchbox label. It’s well designed, and there’s kind of an interesting font, and there’s something oddly mysterious about it. It seems to celebrate an altitude–there’s something important somewhere that is 1761 meters above sea level. (That’s 1.094 … Continue reading
On this busy weekend, please excuse this second post announcing that I am now on Instagram! My username is “kekiongacomics”. This is my first venture into the big bad 21st century world of social media and I am already learning … Continue reading
More slow steps into the world of the 21st century– I have decided to dip my toes into the big scary ocean of social media by opening an Instagram account! More photos, more commentary, more hashtags, more weird stuff from … Continue reading
Having lived in here for the last 32 or 33 years, I am already well aware that Indiana is weird. Politically, socially, culturally– Indiana is a strange state, particularly compared to the rest of the US Midwest. But I never … Continue reading
Witness the hood ornament on a 1911 Fiat Tipo 6, photographed at the Pebble Beach Concours D’Elegance in 2015 and circulating around the internet. This is, of course, extremely awesome. And it raises two questions. One, of course, is why … Continue reading
I’ve always loved old fashioned “paper moon” photographs, and have wanted to do a series of drawings of my characters in this setting for a while. Maybe I’ll get around to starting them this week. Here are a few of … Continue reading