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Tag Archives: Drawer Cards
This was a drawing I did back in the late 1980s in the cursed Sketchbook from Hell. I created it as a belated birthday card for a girl I was pursuing who dodged my advances. Belated birthday cards featuring a … Continue reading
16 years ago, Tina and I tied the knot all nice and legal. As is our custom, we exchange cards that we make ourselves. This is mine to her.
Tina’s birthday was fast approaching, and I didn’t have a rock solid, hysterically funny idea for a card so I decided to revisit a friend from last year’s anniversary card, Cosmic, Maaaannnnnn!
This is the 2012 edition of my birthday card to Tina. This is the front or outside of the card.
Have you been nice?
A war wages within me between traditionally and digitally inking my cartoons. I go back and forth between my pens and brushes and my Wacom tablet. It depends on the job, my mood or whatever is close at hand. Cosmic, … Continue reading
Fifteen years ago, I took a vow to love, honor and cook for my husband. For the most part, it’s worked out okay. Joe’s been adventurous enough to eat just about anything I’ve put in front of him – calves’ … Continue reading
It’s another Halloween theme this year. It always is! Happy birthday, Tina!
My brother-in-law Brian Bubonic and his trusty Samsonite have traveled the globe – New York, Paris, Reykjavik, El Paso, to name a few. What do these cities have in common? They are all places where Brian has lost hats.
Keeping with our cake theme that Mrs. Crankipants started with yesterday’s rant about baked goods, here’s a pop-up birthday card I cooked up for a friend recently.
This is Joe’s Mother’s Day masterpiece!Â
Another week and another sewing project!
Godzilla: King of the Monsters was this year’s theme for Lloyd’s birthday party.