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Monthly Archives: August 2011
Ink from a bottle or digital ink? The ENDLESS STRUGGLE continues, but this time the turmoil is WITHIN as I cast aside the new digital techniques and once again embrace the tools of old!
This is an example of some of my work before I started fiddling around with computers. This is a collage assembled from photocopies and photo-stats done as a spot illustration for the food section of one of the local newspapers. … Continue reading
Learning the martial arts and becoming a Master of Men was within your grasp thanks to a correspondence course and a long playing 12″ 33 1/3 RPM instructional record which could be had for unbelievable price of 16¢ a lesson! … Continue reading
Irene had a wet and wild time rolling through town last night, but she seems sort of demure this AM. Did she do something she regrets? Does she hate herself this morning? Is she like a lot of girls from … Continue reading
A few years back I watched a fascinating PBS documentary about the Hurricane of 1938 that destroyed huge portions of New England. At the time, there was no radar or any of the early warning and tracking systems we have … Continue reading
Good grief, Irene! Well, it looks like a Hurricane Irene® is headed our way, and I just got back from the market. My fellow city dwellers were filling their carts with bottled water, Glade candles, Spaghetti-Os and D cell batteries. … Continue reading
Last week I covered the digital side of producing our Monkey & Bird Mini-Comic. I told you about the layout and printing process of our little book so we wouldn’t arrive empty-handed when we went to the Philadelphia Alternative Comic … Continue reading
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.