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(This is almost verbatim an actual conversation with Daughter, Age 10, as she was watching me draw yesterday’s Dork Tower.)
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JOIN THE ARMY OF DORKNESS! Dork Tower has a Patreon campaign going, with amazing backers who help these here webstrips happen. And there’s bonus comics, bonus content, and swag! Sweet, sweet SWAG! We’re trying to reach the three comics a week tier! Check it out, why don’t you?
HEY THERE! Dork Tower has a Patreon campaign going, with amazing backers who help there here webstrips happen. And there’s bonus comics, bonus content, and swag! Sweet, sweet SWAG!We’re trying to reach the three comics a week tier! Check it out, why don’t you?
This popped up on my Twitter radar, today: To which Andrew Hackard, my great friend and Munchkin Tzar, responded: It all came to my attention when the challenge was accepted: OK, then. Here we go: I’ve drawn over 5,000 Munchkin cards at this point. Hope-and-Crosby-like, I’m healthily on the road to Card #6,000. I’ve scribbled monsters and mayhem and […]
Maor Inktober! Plus: Munchkin Postcards! What would a pumpkin drink? Early-morning warm-up sketch! Daughter, Age 5, loves drawing with me, early in the mornings. I find this Daddy/Daughter Drawing Time one of the most delightful times of my day. Here’s what she drew, this morning, at the same time, by my side – Obi-Wan and Anakin on Tatooine: In […]
Daughter, Age 5…Author! So the other day, sitting outside the Cafe Bavaria in downtown Wauwatosa, Daughter, Age 5, found a small notebook in her backpack. And she wanted us to make a book. Now, granted, Kid’s Washable Markers and 4″ tall notebooks are not generally my media of choice. But you come to a project with the materials you […]