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drawing of the day bonus: what m. hebert found on the beach

To finish off our Best of the Drawing of the Day Weekend, here’s a bonus drawing of the day.  We haven’t done one of these in a while, so a brief explanation may be in order.  465 more words

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best of the drawing of the day, week 116-- three characters, plus one

And with this drawing we are caught up!  The regular installment of the Best of the Drawing of the Day you’ll see next Thursday (probably) will be something I drew this week, for better or worse.  209 more words

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best of the drawing of the day, week 115-- heavenly boots

In my sketchbook, angels (and sometimes devils as well) often appear in the form of hunky young men with a sort of male model look.  I generally try to avoid making everyday characters look pretty-pretty.  75 more words

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best of the drawing of the day, week 114-- a magic user

Welcome to Best of the Drawing of the Day Weekend, a festive long weekend of posts devoted to catching up on the weekly Best of the Drawing of the Day feature, which was sadly neglected during the World Cup.  264 more words

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lenticular bookmark wolf 6/ best of the drawing of the day, week 113/ post with way too many numbers in its title 1

I can’t stop drawing the Lenticular Bookmark Wolf in his Three Eyed manifestation!In this drawing I was trying to get his body anatomy to match his head– both wider than a normal wolf’s to allow for the the extra structure to support the bonus eye and set of limbs.  127 more words

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best of the drawing of the day, week 112-- crew woman

This figure (19th in the Little Figures project) got her start from a discussion I was having with a friend about why in heck all big, burly, strong characters, from the Fantastic Four’s rocky Thing to Bigfoot, were always boys.  216 more words

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best of the drawing of the day, week 111: wings

Iowa’s Birthday Present was made up primarily of drawings from the drawing of the day sketchbook, so FICTION! was substituting for the regular almost-every-Thursday “best of” feature.  130 more words

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