Monthly Archives: April 2013

The Last “Spectral”

I have been filling sketchbooks for more years than I want to admit. Suffice it to say, there is a shelf in my workroom which is 38 inches long with over 40 books in it and another which contains maybe … Continue reading

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Cartoon: Birthday wish

Today is my birthday and I did a little cartoon to memorialize it. I think that I am a lot younger than I look and feel. But, the truth is that I ain’t young anymore and the older I get … Continue reading

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Using Ball Point

Ball point pens are not just for doodling anymore. That’s the word from the Aldrich Museum in Ridgefield, CT, where they have an exhibit of ball point works as part of their currently running “Extreme Drawing” show. Is this news … Continue reading

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Things I forgot: Premonitions #34

The trouble with turning out a lot of work is that you forget stuff. I just discovered that I forgot a whole sketch book full of work that I did not more than two or three years ago. This book … Continue reading

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Life on Mars: Small herd animal

I have been slowly filling a sketch book called “Spectral” for months. This is the latest. I only work on this notebook when I am waiting for or riding on a train or a plane. And, half the time, I … Continue reading

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