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You’ve heard of Christmas in July? Well, welcome to Halloween in April. I started this drawing with the eyes, the ears and the costume, and the subject was pretty clearly attended to be either a humanoid vampire bat or a … Continue reading
Work, work, work, work. Oh, hello, blogkateers. How kind of you to stop by to find out whether I have been frozen solid in an ice storm or blown into Michigan in a windstorm since last we met. I appreciate … Continue reading
One of the things that sometimes emerges in a “lucky” drawing of the day is a cast of characters for a very strange comic. (A lucky drawing is one that is not only automatic/unplanned, but also lacks pencil underdrawing; it’s … Continue reading
Just a little drawing of a Kid, a Dog, a Dragon and a … Bird? Birdlike Creature? These are all familiar sketchbook denizens who represent the power of the imagination (sort of) and most of them seem to be having … Continue reading
The title of this drawing refers to the curly wolf character in the foreground, who definitely looks like a kind of wolf in sheep’s clothing. And is almost certainly a werewolf as well, although that doesn’t come into the story. … Continue reading
I didn’t give this drawing a title in the sketchbook at the time that I made it, so now I feel perfectly free to give it an ambiguous, if not actually confusing, title as part of a blog post. Because … Continue reading
Three characters in search of a story. I’m kind of distracted by the most major of major new projects (the initial training of our latest corgi, the Floofy One, aka The Martian) so it will take a while to get … Continue reading
Ah, the hideous persistence of the Winter Coat. When I made this drawing more than a month ago, I was pretty sure I was looking at the last weeks, maybe even the last days, of my own Winter Coat for … Continue reading
If the Man in the Moon was a dapper dad in a black suit, and the Sun and the Stars were his kids and the dog … I guess it would look something like this. I know that drawing is … Continue reading
In which the cartoonist, on the left, endures a brisk, silent talking-to from his/her Muse. “I don’t care how much you have going on in other parts of your life, creative and otherwise,” the Muse shouts telepathically and in boldface, … Continue reading