This cartoon is a new twist on the first cartoon character I ever created.
Here’s another cartoon adapted from my sketchbook.
This is an adaptation of an old cartoon for the web.
Black-capped chickadees wouldn’t be so cute if they were cigar smokers.
When I was a kid I wanted to be a comic strip cartoonist.
I recently published my 1, 500th post on the this blog. To celebrate I put together a little presentation.
We attended an art workshop on collage painting.
I’m not in kindergarten and don’t need to hang everything I draw on the refrigerator.
I’ve pretty much mastered drawing rear ends, so I practiced hands and feet with improved results.
It’s probably been a good six months since I’ve attended the drawing group.
It’s been a couple of months since I last attended the drawing group.
It’s another rainy day so instead of riding my bike I went to the drawing group.
I have concluded that I don’t need to feel intimidated into liking or understanding art.
I haven’t done anything like this since my first year of college.
It was on snail.
A poster from the neighboring junior high school described the school’s four goals for developing character.
Despite my punch list for self-improvement, 2009 was a pretty good year.
Both Lore and I were finalists in the city library’s contest of local artists.
1. “You did what with my secretary?” he mayor asks the alien. “Relax,” the alien replies. “All I did was…” 2. “Remove her brain, put it in a coconut, and add a few ‘Mr. Potato Head’ parts!” 3. “This could come back to haunt me,” the mayor thinks. “It does some cool yo-yo tricks!” the […]
1. “Break open the bubbly, Miss Zweig!” the mayor exclaims to his secretary. 2. He sweeps her off her feet. “We got $500,000 dollars for the property on industrial way, one million for road repair… and donations toward my re-election!” 3. “And all I had to do was sell this town to an alien scientist,” […]