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“The Camp Coffee earned a Skeptical Reaction from a Sphinx.”
The sphinx, in the Knotted Rope, is a strange(ish) kind of person with a human head, a quadrupedal but humanoid body with four large hands that double as feet, and an animal’s tail and ears. 303 more words
I am posting this drawing of the day as part of the blog series for a couple of reasons. One is that I really like it, and the other is that the character at the far right, the girl in the simple black dress, sneakers and mummy bandages with the longcat on her shoulder, is the prototype of the new “Ancient Egypt Girl” character introduced here yesterday. 187 more words
Back to the sketchbook for another Drawing of the Day. Remember that most of these are unplanned, more or less automatic drawings, which means that if you don’t think they quite make sense, don’t come to me looking for an explanation. 170 more words
I drew the Man in the Moon. This is probably my favorite drawing in the Lost Sketchbook* and so it’s a good one to post at the end of the retrospective and promise you that the Best of the Drawing of the Day feature will soon be returning to the original concept of “me posting the best drawing I actually did in the last week so I can possibly remember what I was thinking about when I drew it or what tools I used.” 285 more words
We don’t usually see a lot of werewolves (or werewolf-like beings) in their midrange transitional forms in these sketchbooks. A respectable Kekionga werewolf is either in the skin (or a 10% wolf “sharptooth” shape ) or in the fur, and prefers to change forms in private. 233 more words