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Sunday, June 16th, 2013
I hope you’re having a lovely Sunday! In case you missed it or just want to revisit, there was art this week. Shocking, I know. Monday started the week off morbidly with a crowned skull, but Tuesday the tentacles were cheerful enough to make up for it. Thursday there was mysterious dark matter, and Friday a spirally drunk lizard came to hang out. Saturday John and Sherlock were late for your birthday, and of course there’s a sketch for today.
The Tenth Doctor went along with someone’s packet of cards to make sure there was no nonsense with them, and they arrived in plenty of time for the festivities.
Sunday, June 2nd, 2013
I hope you all are having a lovely Sunday, it’s warm and sunny here (well, all right, when this posts it’ll be 3am and totally dark, but you get the idea). This week we started out on Monday with a sketchy crow, and then Tuesday a differently sketchy goldfish swum onto the scene. Wednesday I totally failed to tell you how to paint a goldfish but did show some nice shots of my background making process. Thursday I reminded you of the age-old internet adage: the orange ones are poison. Friday’s art was morbidly meticulous, and Saturday cheered us up with a somewhat belated eleventh Doctor.
Finally, we go back around to a brush-and-ink sketch of my favorite consulting detective and his cheekbones.
Sunday, May 26th, 2013
Another week, another half dozen oddities. Monday the monsters got put down for a nap, and Tuesday I indulged in a big bowl of Brainton Soup. Wednesday I gave you all a peek into some of the things I’m working on. Thursday there was a completely awesome recipe for ice cream bread, and Friday this angler fish offered to eat it, and you. Finally, Saturday Cthulhu showed you his Ace of Hearts.
And now that it’s Sunday, there’s a sketch! I’ve been working on more animals, and so I sketched up this cat in my wee sketchbook to try to get his design more refined.
Sunday, May 19th, 2013
I wasn’t feeling all that well last week, so this was a quiet week for posting art. Wednesday we met a whole bunch of monsters and Friday we saw some of their very specific brethren. Then Saturday we went birdwatching and I showed you a heron.
Today there’s a little doodle from someone’s Cthulhu Coloring Book. Will that be one tentacle or two?
Sunday, May 12th, 2013
Monday I showed off my lovely Heron, and Tuesday there were not only tentacles but classic Holmes and Watson. Wednesday I talked about my teeth and the pain both physical and financial I’m dealing with. Thursday the Motherfucking Bunny dared you to make me an offer I couldn’t refuse, and Friday Spock urged you all to live long and prosper. Finally, Saturday we saw a wee tiny sketch of Bilbo and Smaug on a bookmark.
For today here’s a little cheer-up sketch I sent a friend who’s having a really shitty year, which has hopefully arrived in her mail by now.
Sunday, May 5th, 2013
A belated round-up on a sleepy Sunday! Back on Monday, Spock and Sherlock were unimpressed with your opinions on their similarities. Tuesday there were shiny tentacles, and Wednesday I talked about my toothache and my new commissions posts. Thursday John got a truly ugly sweater and Sherlock sneered. Friday Eihort shimmered evilly on the page, and Saturday it was Lestrade’s turn as a stick figure cartoon.
Below, you can see a nose-less, rune-bedecked sketch of Bob the Skull from the Dresden Files series. He’s all carved up in the tv show, but I don’t think he’s got the runes in the books, but it was fun to fake them up anyway.
Sunday, April 28th, 2013
Another week, another batch of art posts. Monday there was a lovely Gibbous Moon, and Tuesday the tentacles came out to play. Wednesday we had a review of the art I’ve made on lovely black paper. Thursday Dori offered you some tea, Friday this otter was very curious what you were on about, and Saturday Mrs Hudson reminded you that she’s not your housekeeper, dear.
For Sunday, of course, there’s another sketch! This little pen-and-ink hedgie’s a sad and sorry sort, but he’ll cheer up if you rub his tummy, I’m sure of it.
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