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Monthly Archives: October 2011
In past few years, Joe and I have cooked up increasingly complex costumes for our son Lloyd. It started with the robot costume which had lights which everyone loves. We took what we learned constructing the robot and went with … Continue reading
No video today. We are going to do something a little different and return to those thrilling days of yesteryear. Follow me as we enter the theater of the mind with a vintage radio drama! I first heard about this … Continue reading
It’s been a tradition of mine to give the children in my son’s class a head start on their Halloween sugar rush by sending cupcakes to school. Jimmies are involved, as are pumpkins, black cats, witches, skeletons, aliens, and the … Continue reading
Another way to use up the odd pieces in your fabric stash – the zippered pouch. There are a lot of terrific tutorials online, I used this one. With the holidays right around the corner, these pouches make greats gift. … Continue reading
and The Jewish fellow says to the Italian, “The Irish kid’s buyin’! His Old Man’s loaded!“ Spotted at a sidewalk sale in South Philadelphia.
It’s sort of a delirious combination of the 1966 Batman series, Gatchaman, The Space Giants, James Bond and maybe Yo Gabba Gabba.
It certainly wouldn’t be Halloween without a cake to celebrate the occasion! This spider topped beauty is giving me a case of Halloween-orexia! It has all of the necessary components of horror – a jack-o-lantern face, a dismembered arachnid, and … Continue reading
Brian C. Williams 1984-2011
Walking to work on trash days I’m noticing a certain disenchantment with my favorite of all holidays before the day has even arrived!
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 on a similarly rainy day, before a gathering of family, friends and a priest who had buried most of the gangsters in South Philly, Tina and I got hitched! As I’ve said before, Tina and I exchange … Continue reading