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First of all, Happy New Year from Kekionga, home of the Famous Drawing of the Day, now entering its eleventh year (I think) or maybe its 12th. On New Year’s Eve last year (!) I drew you this peaceful late night … Continue reading
My resistance to the TWSBI Eco fountain pen is very low. This is a well known fact to anyone who reads this blog. Luckily for me, and for anyone who likes my drawings, an Eco habit isn’t a bad one … Continue reading
Our annual Christmas Eve post, featuring the drawing of the day from December 24th, 2009. This little creature in his cave, looking out into a wintry landscape, will always make me think of Christmas Eve. Here’s hoping you will find … Continue reading
I’ve been having trouble with a comic about the Moon. It’s for an anthology with that theme, and you would think that any cartoonist with a major werewolf character would have no trouble writing about the companion planet. (The Professor’s … Continue reading
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
Happy Autumnal period! It’s hard to define the beginning of fall in the Northern Hemisphere, at least until the first of October makes it “official”. But there’s always a weekend in September when the days getting shorter, the crickets slowing … Continue reading
There’s a shark in the park, but that’s no a problem when it’s a Pajama Shark. My first thought on seeing these two little drawings of Thresher was that he had sort of a Goofus and Gallant thing going on: … Continue reading
And it’s a comic! A Friendly Shark comic is about a friendly shark, but the shark needs somebody to talk to or there isn’t going to be anything in those speech balloons (if there are going to be speech balloons … Continue reading
Who watches the watchman? You don’t have to worry so much as usual about the answer to that question when the watchman is a Friendly Shark. Someone told me once that in Japan a character carrying a lantern on a pole … Continue reading