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Author Archives: Pam Bliss
(Part one of our classic Kekionga Christmas Episode, the story of the Christmas Wolves.) Iowa Ginsberg walked through downtown Kekionga, enjoying the weekend-before-Christmas holiday atmosphere with the glorious smug relief of someone who had finished her last exam yesterday. Finals … Continue reading
(The second introduction to the classic Kekionga Holiday Episode, which really does start tommorrow.) Yes. In Kekionga, they’d be wolves. One of the topiaries on the courthouse square in Kekionga. Starting tomorrow: Christmas Wolves.
(Our annual holiday daily blog begins again, with the introduction to the Official Kekionga Christmas Episode.) These photographs were taken last year, when the powers that be in our town in Northwest Indiana decided, for reasons best known to themselves, … Continue reading
The blog reappears to say we are sorry there has not been a blog and try to explain why. The reason there has not been a blog is because we have had Technical Difficulties. So many Technical Difficulties. You do … Continue reading
Just a brief note to let you know that I did not forget to draw my annual handprint turkey for you this year, and to wish my blogsters, far and near, a happy American Thanksgiving. Yes, turkeys can fly, or … Continue reading
I’ve made up my mind. I’m going to buy an iPad and install Procreate on it and use an Apple Pencil to draw some little doodle comics. I’m not planning to replace my natural media cartooning– I bleed wet ink … Continue reading
Hey, look at the illustration for my Halloween story! Halloween was two weeks ago. It’s the middle of November and the snow plow just went through. But the spiders on the porch caught a Horsehead Skeleton! It’s an archetypical Local … Continue reading
(It has been quite an October. Inktober took a lot out of me, and some other stuff was happening too. The blog will be back to its usual abnormal normal soon. But today, as the early darkness gathers around us … Continue reading
I can’t believe Inktober is almost half over. I gave myself a fairly steep challenge this year: to draw my entries at approximately the same size, using a template and to include both one or more spirit rocks and the … Continue reading