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The last drawing of the day of 2016, and the first of 2017. The drawing of the day project started out as a New Year’s resolution I made in the last hours of 2007, to make a finished inked drawing … Continue reading
Here’s a first look at a new character for this year’s Oh Comics! story to debut at SPACE in the spring. This is a themed anthology and this year’s theme is Monsters. So, “Monsters of Kekionga”, and therefore, a visiting … Continue reading
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
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
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 is the first of a series of posts set in, or connected with, the great city of Chicago.) Did you ever wonder where sketchbooks come from? For me, at least, they usually come from a major online dealer, arriving … Continue reading
Emerson (at the Toledo Zoo) is Galapagos tortoise #30. Even though he is well into Galapagos tortoise middle age at 115 (GT lifespan being about 200 years or a bit more), he is still a vital part of the zoo … 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
This is one of the most interesting thing that can happen in the drawing of the day project. A little figure in a random drawing can start to grow, and a few days later the familiar 7×10 hardcover spiral sketchbook … Continue reading