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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, I’d give you a rant,” said Iowa, “about how … Continue reading
Splash some water on the wooden floor of the front porch. Add a phone camera, and a large black coffee, a full pint of it, with a handful of ice, and a photo editing app with all kinds of silly … Continue reading
Let’s open the picture file labeled “imaginary history of Kekionga”, and consider this vintage photograph. Its original caption reads “Miss Dorothy Tierney with porcupine, 1926.” We are taken by Ms. Tierney’s charming smile, her very chic cloche hat, and by … Continue reading
Saturday Hulk write poem. No Hulk-ku, but same idea. September: gold light, Leaves start turn yellow. Hulk eat last bag Easter candy.
I am posting this drawing of the day as part of the blog series for a couple of reasons. One is that I really like it, and the other is that the character at the far right, the girl in … 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
A phone camera can make a decent black and white image, particularly when used with a specialized app like Lenka. But I’m pretty sure this medium format SLR can do a somewhat better job when loaded with monochrome film. The … Continue reading
History grows in the background, as it must. Meanwhile, hostas bloom and the leaves begin to fall. (Neighborhood snapshot from the Fujimatic.)
Moab ends, as my comics often do, with the characters walking home. So, The End. Thank you very much for reading. For those not previously familiar, I almost always put the indicia and other information on the back covers of … Continue reading