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I’ve been having trouble with a comic about the Moon. It’s for an anthology with that theme, and you would think that any cartoonist with a major werewolf character would have no trouble writing about the companion planet. (The Professor’s … Continue reading
Normally, I would have called this title-less drawing “Wolf Angel”. (The computer savvy will notice that that’s even the file name of the image.) But once I saw it on the screen, yeah … it’s nothing but a pure statement … 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
(This is the drawing I made for the 22nd day of the Inktober Challenge, in reply to the prompt “Trail”. Then I wrote this little fiction to go with it.) Six things Iowa Ginsberg is thinking at this specific moment, … Continue reading
One of the things that happens during a long holiday weekend is the production of dense, highly detailed drawings of the day. Long days with weird schedules, not just for the artist, but for other people in the household, means … Continue reading
As all practitioners of a (semi) regular routine of unplanned or automatic drawings can tell you, making a genuine “lucky drawing” is a rare event. I’m honestly not sure whether the term is my own invention or not; it’s quite … Continue reading
Two sentence fiction, illustrated: Professor Lykander found this old cigar box in the junk shop. “Not bad, ” he said, and he bought it for a dollar.
When Iowa showed Suki her phone camera shots, Suki looked at them for a long time. “I’m not sure,” she said, “whether the spectacles ruin it or not.” “But the collar and tie just make it more so,” said … Continue reading
“And for your information,” the Professor went on, “This is what you might more reasonably call ‘ferociously realistic’.” “Can’t argue with that, sir,” said Iowa.”At least somewhat ferocious, and undeniably realistic.” “Indeed. More ferocious than you might suspect, Ms. Ginsberg. … Continue reading