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The world is full of people who love bags and boxes and containers of all kinds. If that means you, here’s a wonderful blue toolbox. It’s a Trusco, from Japan, and I just want to fill it up with my drawing … Continue reading
I am working on a commission drawing with a fantasy China theme, and it looks like it is finally time put some serious effort into learning how to draw a foo dog, that faithful guardians of all things Chinese, at … Continue reading
Is there some kind of rule that every zoo on the planet has to have a flock of peafowl wandering loose around the place yelling? I followed this guy around with the fast fifty for a half hour or so … Continue reading
Over the last few days, I’ve come across half a dozen stories, both fiction and non fiction, that turned on the reader having at least a basic understanding of the NATO phonetic alphabet. That’s the full name of the “Alfa, … Continue reading
This is my new favorite thing in the whole world. If you have any interest in the world as it really is, right this second, then I think you will like it too. I’m no great fan of Google and … Continue reading
“L’animal anonyme” came across my dashboard today, and of course his enormous ears, vaguely snotty expression, and long wiggly tail reminded me instantly of Josef. Could I swipe that cool palm tree and the weird rock platform the Anonymous Animal … Continue reading
History lives. Sixty-two years can disappear in a second when a strange little almost-live thing falls out of an envelope and into your hands.In this case, we’re talking about a clean, intact copy of the September 4th, 1950 issue of … Continue reading
Did you know that there’s no such thing as “stomach flu”? The unpleasant experience that goes by that name is actually gastroenteritis, caused either by bad food or an assortment of bacteria and viruses that aren’t the ones that cause … Continue reading
Cartoonist gets distracted by shiny new gadget (it takes pictures! it blogs! it plays “bejewelled”! you can pick out shiny new apps for it!), completely forgets about tumblr Sunday. It’s the oldest story in the book. That said, this image … Continue reading