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Sometimes you just feel like drawin' some dumb shit. This is from a year ago: alph.laemeur.com/img/H41.html

This is cool, and I'm surprised I've never seen it before: nice, tight contrail at a higher altitude casting a shadow across the clouds at a lower altitude. mastodon.sdf.org/media/deHGCXT

New sketchbook. Copic. Nice paper. Not wild about the new pen though (Pitt, small) mastodon.sdf.org/media/9FVzpp5

Ugh. Who gives a shit? Y'know why Zuckerberg takes a beating? Because his company sucks, and he appears to have no ideas or power to make it not suck. He's a billionaire with the capital to launch a thousand interesting ventures and instead he rides his uninspired enterprise to its inevitable end. He is the world's least interesting man. mastodon.sdf.org/media/ooJZKqN

Torsten Gellrich's theme for the 1989 game Final Countdown has, I think, been repurposed a number of times. I first heard it as the music in the intro of The Pirate's Friend, a crack/serial disk which I must have found on a BBS in the late '90s. It remains my favorite of all time. modarchive.org/index.php?reque mastodon.sdf.org/media/Gn3kYyF

Also, look at this drawing: what!?

Great composition!

NOT the easy way to draw that scenario.


Beth and Joe Krush were such superb illustrators. I just walked by this edition of Emily's Runaway Imagination and recognized their work on the cover. They use this high horizon line a fair amount and these illustrations are composed so well. Exemplary work. mastodon.sdf.org/media/bN3oDMd mastodon.sdf.org/media/W1Z7vSR mastodon.sdf.org/media/1qGRFwv

a e s t h e t i ... c i s m?

I'll sell you a signed/numbered giclée (that's artiste jargon for a nice ink-jet print) for $35 USD. Limited to an edition of 25. It's about 30cm square.


Help me out, kids. What should I put on the screen of Oscar's Macintosh? mastodon.sdf.org/media/uDXsyFQ

I've been ruminating on a story setting that takes place on a planet of anthropoid for years. Here's a from 2012. mastodon.sdf.org/media/tWBfT4F