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A drawing I recently found in a crumbling folder filled with old grade school homework. I have no idea what the context was or why I drew it. I was probably 7 or 8 years old at the time.
A cartoon I did back when I was around 7 or 8 years old. It was probably drawn while I was splayed out on the floor in front of the television watching Wee Willie Webber. I found it in a … Continue reading
After finishing my last Halloween Head, I was looking for another project to work on. I thought I would continue with monsters, but a likely creature did not leap to mind. I kicked around a bunch of ideas trying to … Continue reading
Back when movies were cultural touchstones made for adults, they were not as heavily merchandised as they are today. A soundtrack album may have been released and a paperback novelization would be on a shelves in bookstores, and that was … Continue reading
In the past I have written about sketchbooks I have bought that seemed like a good idea at the point of purchase but failed miserably when put into practice. Either the sketchbooks looked handsome on the shelf and proved unwieldy … Continue reading
In my attempt to chart the uncharted wilds of the Roku box, I believe I have uncovered my absolute favorite, oddball, third-party, free channel!
…and thanks to the Roku, you can have it!
Once again, whilst on a mission to de-clutter, I found myself completely diverted from my mission by a chunk of clutter. In a four drawer file cabinet that has a whole story of it’s own I uncovered a forgotten folder … Continue reading
These collectible Slurpee cups come from the era of flared jeans, Earth Shoes and leaded gasoline. This is back before the internet, home video, video games and other fabulous electrified time-wasters. Only three broadcast networks and a handful of UHF … Continue reading
My Mom with her first grandchild and a pumpkin I won in a sixth grade dance.
Sorry, Parker Stevenson! The joke was too obvious to pass up!
…or make that Giant McNichols!
When Doc Banner gets that funny look in his eye, RUN!