Sometimes a lens can give you more than a field of view– it can give you a change in perspective. So can a change in your work process– you could try automatic writing, or automatic drawing. Or automatic photography? One … Continue reading
No, not unwanted mass emails or phone calls. Real actual SPAM. Shiny foil wrapped SPAM, in fact. But wait, you may ask– doesn’t SPAM come in a can? In fact, isn’t SPAM famous for coming in a can? Yes it … Continue reading
So far this spring, I have been pretty much alone in the circle of North American internet media producers in not mentioning the weather even once that I remember. But we have been having some weather here– not as much … Continue reading
Hum the theme loudly as you look at these images– the Winter Olympics have begun!
Back in September, I did a warm up to Inktober where I drew a drawing every day that had a piece of furniture in it. “Bench” is one of my favorites. The figure’s face, the inking style, and the big … Continue reading
This beautiful little watercolor by Beatrix Potter, an illustration for her story “The Tale of the Pie and the Patty Pan”, raises a question worthy of deep consideration, particularly for small dogs and those of us who have the souls … Continue reading
Our neighborhood had its collective garage sale extravaganza today, and that got me thinking about the minicomic I made a while ago about a garage sale in Kekionga. So let’s celebrate the holiday long weekend with the reading of a … Continue reading
Sleeping off a cold, while the dogs in the kitchen are shredding a dishcloth. (I thought about adding an illustration, but the remains, spread out across an unswept kitchen floor, were not photogenic. Unlike the perpetrators, but I don’t want … Continue reading
March snow. The old dog Wanders in a figure eight; Does pretty good job.
Best treat name ever. (In one pound “pack leader”size!) And the intended consumer, my little *dire* wolf.