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Do you have a story with a science fiction bent? Do you need some little psychic beings? Here, I made these for you. You can tell they are psychic beings by their big bald heads with dramatic veins and brain … Continue reading
Ashamed to admit (? maybe ?) that I am having a lot of fun with a fountain pen user group I’ve joined on social media. In exchange for some good advice the members have given me recently, I decided to … Continue reading
(For returning readers: last year, I challenged myself to draw 50 original superheroes in my drawing of the day sketchbook. This year, I am sharing them with you.) Superhero number 6 is The Foxtown Mystery. Named after a local folk … Continue reading
A Cartoonist in Kekionga is on a quest to save the great American phone doodle. I’ve been on the phone a lot recently and here are three of the current crop. Media: Zebra Sarasa 0.7 “Porto” on cheap yellow legal … Continue reading
Best pet ever? This guy definitely thinks so. Tangle is certainly a complicated pet, and there’s one thing I can say for sure: he’s definitely not easy to draw. There is more whiteout on this drawing than I am normally … Continue reading
Celebrating fifty years of so of not going to New Orleans for Mardi Gras, and probably about 15 or twenty of not going to Carnival at Rio, so have a Naga with a Paczhi. (I may have actually taught … Continue reading
“Got no idea what’s going on here,” the cartoonist said cheerfully, not bothered in the least to have drawn a scientist-type character looking out from a picture frame set into the side of a large Mysterious Animal (or possibly a … Continue reading
Now that we’ve determined that in sketchbook world, a three eyed humanoid character is a troll and a three eyed beastie is a troll animal, the current label for Yum Yum Ale (from local artisan brewery Three Floyd’s Brewing) features … Continue reading
Number three in our cavalcade of fifty sketchbook superheroes is the second Speedy. The “Speedy” collective is made up of fat people who are powerful speedsters. (The numbers are based on the order of their public appearance.) Presumably their powers … Continue reading