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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
The saga of the cat continues. So far he is still “the cat” or maybe “The cat”, and I thought I had his formula down as 1 part Bill the Cat, 1 part Fat Freddie’s Cat and 2 parts the … Continue reading
Hulk under maple tree, make poem When leaves not change yet but ready to, Day when looks like rain all day but not rain, Make Hulk feel anything can happen. Something happen. Rain on Hulk happen. Not bad rain. World … Continue reading
Remember how I promised you a bonus Pajama Shark cartoon to bring our Shark Week total up to seven (that is, a full week)? I finally came up with an idea: Thresher and his pals watch shark documentaries streaming on … Continue reading
My humorous shark minicomic (finally titled Tiny Shark Dream Royale) will be ready to print by the end of the day, or sometime over the weekend, or on Monday by the latest. As I was doing the last corrections on … Continue reading
Last week, during the Polar Vortex, finished my first real story in a while. The final version will appear in the OH Comics! anthology later this year. The subject matter will remain a surprise, but it’s a Kekionga story and … 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.
This is probably my favorite Inktober drawing so far. Bone Joan is an important character in Kekionga’s history, and although she has been referred to any number of times, this is the first time I have actually drawn her. Bone … Continue reading
Where have I been all week, you may ask. Getting started on Inktober, among other things. For those who might not be familiar, Inktober is a worldwide art project where artists take on the challenge of making a finished drawing … Continue reading