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Monthly Archives: April 2011
William Kentridge is a South African artist who creates animations out of charcoal drawings (among the many things he does). We went to his show at the St. Louis Art Museum last weekend,* then we watched the program about him … Continue reading
Okay, if I can’t be a genius, I’d like one looking over my shoulder giving me a few tips about how to make my drawing pop. I did some experimenting with color and with pale gray backgrounds, but — nah. … Continue reading
I hope Dot + Dash don’t starve. They don’t quite seem to have the formula for the big fish down deep.
I think you really need to click on the above drawing to see it in a larger format. There is a bit of optical illusion feel here as Dash wanders into the weeds and looks back on all her possible … Continue reading
This photo is a whole-plate daguerreotype* found in a “miscellaneous” drawer as I continue my latest photo-inventory tasks. On first glance, this just looked like a 6×8-inch tarnished and scratched-up mirror — a wrecker — without any image on it … Continue reading
I finally finished my inventory of 59 Civil War soldiers (actually 58 + Harriet Beecher Stowe)… and their cases. I uploaded them to Flickr to share them with other fans of this collecting hobby. Below is a slideshow, also available … Continue reading
The cartooning experiment continues. Pat and I had a long discussion yesterday about who — or what — is Dot? What do you think?