It takes discipline to write.
It takes discipline to get up at 5:30 every morning and run several miles.
It takes discipline to do both every day before work.
This is how I’ve been living the last four days. The result? A couple thousand words worth of short story (still … Continue reading
About ten years ago, an eternity in Internet Time™, I tried my hand at drawing some web comics. While most were of a satirical nature, poking fun at such diverse topics as superheroes and Medieval tapestries, in one case I attempted the daunting (at least for me) challenge of drawing … Continue reading
Many moons ago, I started drawing a comic in (what I thought was) a novel format: each issue was a single piece of paper, folded and folded and folded into a tiny book you unfurled as your read it. It was something I came up with while working at one of … Continue reading
It was suggested that I roll my clip art posts into their own tumblr blog. Done! Happy now?
Absurd Clip Art!
An old drawing of a generic, muscular, energy-shrouded superhero (his name was Twilight), done about 15 years ago in ink and colored pencil.
There really is no end of the strange images that surface when you do a simple web search for clip art. (To be fair, search results for stock photos can be just as bizarre.)
I’ve look at a lot of clip art and vector art via Google image search in the process of creating my Conspiracy! evidence cards. It’s a way to crank out quick prototype cards without fussing with original art (or artless cards, which are no fun). If the game ends up … Continue reading
Just a random posting of an old map I drew many ages ago.
This is the realm of Syskuun, which began as a roleplaying setting before being expanded to serve as the setting for a series of stories that still may, someday, become novels.
My creation of Syskuun was a reaction … Continue reading
Here is a scan (click to embiggenate) of a character study I did many moons ago of the primary protagonists of Fury and the Demon.
It’s roughly poster-sized, mostly because I like working large. I find the standard Blueline comic boards absurdly small, and I am simultaneously mystified and amazed that … Continue reading