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There are rovers on Mars (and on the dark side of the Moon), but we have a rover from Mars active in our backyard. At least we call him the Martian … he’s officially all grown up now, and very, … 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 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
It’s been years since I sent out paper holiday cards, but I just had a brainwave– I could send some electronically via the blog to all my friends and readers! And I had just the images, both taken within the … Continue reading
(In celebration of the holiday, please enjoy a “rerun” of A Cartoonist in Kekionga’s classic Halloween Episode, “This Halloween in Kekionga” originally posted on this date in 2015 …) You know that guy who lives in the double house down in … Continue reading
I haven’t drawn the Pajama Shark in the last few days*, but that doesn’t mean I haven’t been thinking about him, and Friendly Shark characters in general. And one of the basic approaches to doing animal characters in comics and … Continue reading
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
It’s September, it’s glorious (when it’s not 90 degrees F with 90% humidity) and I’ve been spending a lot of time with my dogs– and my spiders. It’s spider time, which is my favorite time of year. This September I … Continue reading
Disappointment on seeing a “shark-shaped” pencil case. Not shaped much like a shark. Not a very good pencil case. I think I will buy the one I saw on eBay. My shark is swimming here from China. I wrote this … Continue reading