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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
Pen Week returns after a brief delay. The scritchy scratchy pen is the collective term for a succession of fountain pens with extra fine (EF) steel nibs that do the most of the small linework around here. Many people use … Continue reading
The drawing of the day project is well into its tenth year, so let’s celebrate with a Pen Week, a week of drawings from the most recent drawing of the day sketchbook that feature automatic drawings, with no pencil underdrawing, … Continue reading
Behold my glorious ice newt! I have to agree, lady– that’s quite an ice newt you have there. What better way to welcome winter than with that most majestic of arctic amphibians? Not much in the way of notes but … Continue reading
This one has an obvious inspiration: the wonderful ballet drawings of Edward Gorey, specifically the story called The Gilded Bat. I could not be less interested in the ballet myself, but these drawings always make me wish I was, and … Continue reading
Today I am going to write about Mysterious Animals and Horrible Creatures, and illustrate what I write with some of my Inktober drawings. Anyone who has seen even a few of my comics, cartoons or drawings, knows that one of … Continue reading
OK. This started out as an ordinary “best of the drawing of the day” post, with an image I chose from an earlier sketchbook while I was looking for something else. I was going to scan the drawing, straighten it so … Continue reading
The most obvious of sketchbook superhero duos: Pen and Brush. They are meta almost by definition. Maybe they are artists, calligraphers, or even cartoonists themselves. Or maybe they are self aware drawings? Maybe my sketchbooks themselves are their “city”, the … Continue reading
Here on the blog it’s Sketchbook Week! Movie Week seemed to go over well, so this week will be dedicated to images from my sketchbook. Posts will include two more of the Fifty Superheroes from last year’s ongoing project, … Continue reading