real, too.

January 30, 2011

century project: one picture is worth at least 4 number-words.

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i helped zoey with a school project by doing a little journeyman artistry. she’s working on a powerpoint that describes how the whole “century project” thing got started, and i drew some comicky icons to match. here they are, with (minimal) explanations.

some come from books.

the scarlet letter (1850):

moby dick (1851):

north and south (1855):

crime and punishment (1866):

to the lighthouse (1927):

hiroshima (for 1945):

and

nineteen eighty-four:

and a couple more come from pop culture.

star wars:

punk rock!

January 21, 2011

animal defects 3.

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January 19, 2011

animal defects 2.

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January 17, 2011

animal defects 1.

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still waiting for the new scanner to arrive.

in its absence, please enjoy some of the proto-comix i was drawing at roughly age 16.

January 6, 2011

reading glasses.

Filed under: comix — Tags: , , , , — suki @ 7:06 pm

now here’s a right-handed one, from new year’s eve. (what can i say: we had artsy fartsy holidays, this year.)

still blind, but this one is about 2-3 lines, instead of just a single one. (the glasses are zoey’s.)

January 4, 2011

right-hand (wo)man.

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one last piece from the same batch.

January 3, 2011

zoey a-head!

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yet another of the same.

January 2, 2011

zoey concentrating.

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another one of zoey, drawn LH/one line/blind, from craftsmas eve.

January 1, 2011

zoey at wizerk.

Filed under: comix — Tags: , , , — suki @ 4:45 pm

the following few drawings you’ll see were done under the following constraints:

1) drawn with my left hand (i’m *strongly* right-handed),
2) using a single line (the pencil didn’t leave the paper), and
3) as “blind” as possible (i.e. i tried – maybe 80% successfully – to *not* look while i drew).

here’s one i drew on christmas eve – or what has come to be called “craftsmas.”

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