- Adventures in Commuting
- Animated GIF
- Blast from the Past
- Curious Clutter
- Domestic Bliss
- Drawer Cards
- Friday Five
- Glorious Food
- It Came From the Sketchbook
- Italian Market
- Lovin' from the Oven
- Monkey & Bird
- Movie Matinee
- Mrs. Crankipants
- Musical Cruelty
- photo manipulation
- Pixels Versus Pigment
- Step Away From The Pastry Bag
- Stuff Joe Likes
- The Capewell Glass Negative Collection
- The Henry Capewell Glass Negative Collection
- Trash or Treasure
- Truck Mascots
- Visual Metaphors
- What I Miss About Comics
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Monthly Archives: September 2012
First in the Domestic Bliss series.
One of John B. Capewell’s brothers ran a farm and corn must have been one of his crops. This is a photograph of John’s sons, John, Jr. standing and Henry O. seated on the lodge pole chair.
Here is more printing on fabric with Golden Digital Grounds. This time I made a simple pouch to hold eyeglass wipes for a special someone who got his first pair of spectacles over the weekend.
Rice Krispie treats with jimmies – who can resist? I found this recipe via gimme some oven. It uses the usual ingredients – marshmallows, cereal, and butter – but adds jimmies Â for color and dry cake mix for flavor. I … Continue reading
I was looking through some old sketchbooks and came across this scribble I made back in August of 1998. It may have been a preliminary sketch for There’s No Escape From a Deadline, but I’m not sure.
Pictured above is John B. Capewell of Westville, New Jersey wedged into a kiddie car and holding his two sons, John Jr. and Henry O. Capewell. Henry, the younger of the two boys, was born in 1908 so this photograph … Continue reading
I’ve been making my own laundry detergent for a couple of years now. I found the recipe for it on Modcottage – a site that sadly rode off into the sunset – so I thought I’d share. Making your own … Continue reading
A new school year begins and I’m gearing up for the bake sales! I’ve been testing out a few new recipes to go beyond the usual cupcake and brownie route. These were easy to throw together and are very rich … Continue reading
There was a long period in comics where you could always count on ads featuring either fake vomit or artificial dog droppings. I always wondered where this sort of stuff was made. Was it a factory that specialized in novelty … Continue reading
I timed this shot just right. I saw the train coming around the bend, so I put my camera on a 10 second timer and hoped for the best. Lucky shot. I caught the train just as it pulled in.