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This is a test post. New gear is coming on line, and here at World Headquarters we are trying to figure things out. If there is some kind of image below this text, things are starting to work. If … Continue reading
The dire corgi is now trail rated, with dubious results. I am conservative in the way I bring up my young corgis– I don’t let them tackle stairs, jump on and off the furniture, or hike long distances over uneven … Continue reading
I am attempting to insert an image into a paragraph of text in a post, and continue the text on the other side of the image. I have no idea what the image is going to be; I will choose … Continue reading
This is why you should accidentally lose track of your original pencils and and drop them on the floor upside down and roll over them a couple of dozen times with a rolling chair like an irresponsible idiot. Because when … Continue reading
I actually sat down and got some real work done today. You know that a sentence like that is automatically followed by either “But …” or “And then …” In this case, it’s the latter. “And then I discovered a … Continue reading
First of all, sorry for the delay. I actually finished penciling this last panel very soon after the post about page 6 went up. This post has been delayed due to minor technical difficulties, so just pretend this is still … Continue reading
This was a drawing of the day designed as an exercise. It’s pretty much a total failure, in the sense of meeting the challenge, but it’s still an interesting drawing. The challenge was to draw a group of people, head … Continue reading
This is a page where I had to completely revise a large part of the original layout. Go back and take a look at it, and ask yourself just what exactly I was thinking when I reversed the angle in … Continue reading
Let’s see, what have I been doing since my last post? I walked 2 miles with the dogs, loaded up the big roller garbage cans (regular and recycling) and rolled them to the curb, fed the dogs, made my own … Continue reading