Monthly Archives: June 2004

Were I asked today what the most beautiful creature in the world is, I would answer, without hesitation, “The walrus.” Their skin is un-freakin’-believable. And if you don’t believe me, go find some pictures of walruses, and see if that gorgeous lumpy wrinkly rolly textured blubber doesn’t make you want to run right out and […]

Okay, gang, I’m stumped. Help me think of a caption for this piece suitable for going on a T-shirt. If we can come up with a good one, I’ll try and get ’em printed. (Okay, even if we can’t come up with a good one, but that’ll be boring!) Somewhere on the shirt will […]

A quick little doodle of Digger on some steps… I’d been wanting to draw this scene for a week or so, but the current plot’s in the middle of a fight in the middle of a village, and being the artist/writer, I must be constantly vigilant against de-railing a plot into absurd territory just […]

Holy mackerel. It’s Wednesday? How did that happen? Why wasn’t I informed? Who’s in charge around here!? I’ve been thinking it was Tuesday and feeling like Monday all day. Waking to a lack of toilet paper in the house didn’t help, mind you, since naturally my nose starts running immediately, a cruel fate when all […]

“The Highwayman” irritates me. I’m listening to Loreena McKennit, and she does a lovely version of it. It’s lovely. I’ll admit that. I like listening to it. The lyrics, however, by Alfred Noyes way back when, irritate the hell out of me. I mean, if I spent five or six hours tied to a […]