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best of the drawing of the day, week 124– the armored corgi
The Armored Corgi: Previously Unknown to Science! Hip young scientist in tank top: Gosh, Professor! It’s amazing! Jaded older scientist in white shoes: You say that now, but it just ate your lunch, too. Oh, the endless adventures of those … Continue reading
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best of the drawing of the day, week 101– ornithology
“Doctor Ulgyarkov found himself, unexpectedly, in the Nest itself.” (Or maybe it should be “quite unexpectedly”.) Oh, those wacky vaguely Eastern European scientists with small tinted spectacles! What amusing scrapes will they get into next? Poor Ulgyarkov looks remarkably cheerful … Continue reading
best of the drawing of the day, week 97– science!
Cartoon scientists are regular visitors to my sketchbooks. (Why? Your guess is as good as mine, but you can read some speculations here.) A while back, I noticed some of them recurring, and I started making some notes on a … Continue reading
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best of the drawing of the day, week 26–look! scientists!
Look! Scientists! Or, rather, look, more scientists. I draw an awful lot of scientist characters in my sketchbooks, and I’m not really sure why. I am not a scientist myself, and the kind of science I sometimes write about in … Continue reading