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This page looks like another spiral, but actually it isn’t– it’s really just two panels. The first is the little panel in the upper right, which shows the characters in passage through the maze (and maybe its a long journey … Continue reading
And here’s the Professor’s secret. He’s not just a Librarian, he’s a Werewolf Librarian. And if you don’t think that I am grateful for that every time I get to draw him changing forms, then you would be so, so … Continue reading
We don’t usually see a lot of werewolves (or werewolf-like beings) in their midrange transitional forms in these sketchbooks. A respectable Kekionga werewolf is either in the skin (or a 10% wolf “sharptooth” shape ) or in the fur, and … Continue reading
Halloween’s starting early this year, Iowa thought, as she scrolled through Suki’s photoblog to find the source of the latest image that was filling up the bulletin boards in the basement of the Noakes. Yep. There it was. As she … Continue reading
OK. It’s becoming pretty clear that I am having a ridiculous amount of fun playing around with adding color to my drawings of the day. So the Drawing of the Day Color Special is now officially a Thing. In order … Continue reading
The Professor is seriously thinking of banning all lenticular wolf images from the Library. Or the entire campus if possible. Or from the State of Indiana if he can figure out how to do it. He confiscated the original quickly … Continue reading
This started out as a drawing of a person with a dire wolf. Or, specifically, a person with a Fantasy Dire Wolf. The Fantasy Dire Wolf has its roots in the Old School Paleontology Dire Wolf, which was a great … Continue reading
Things that Annoy Werewolves: Insults to their Grandparenting Skills.The Professor got into a bit of a wolfy snit over this addition to the the Bulletin Board of Doom and Bad Photoshopping outside the Top Secret Breakroom. “As if!” he sputtered. … Continue reading
“I’m fascinated by the idea of an Igor who is also a werewolf.” I guess this one is pretty self explanatory– and it’s also one of those rare drawings of the day which were planned to illustrate an existing idea … Continue reading
from the Noakes Library tumblr in Kekionga:Iowa had never seen such a large Post It note before, or one inkjet printed in that particular shade of mahogany. She left it on the bulletin board where she found it, and sure … Continue reading