Category Archives: Improve-a-Sketch

Improve-a-Sketch: Floating Tentacles Edition

There’s only so much Lovecraftian nonsense I need coiling around my brain, so it’s nice to finally get this painting out of there. Incidentally, I went back to find the original sketch I made for this idea some years ago… … Continue reading

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The Topography of the Moon, Explained

“Cruisin’ on the Moon.” That should probably be the title of this painting. But for some reason I have named it “The Joy of Aqcuiring Resources.” What are the resources, you ask? Well, it has something to do with the … Continue reading

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Improve-a-Sketch 3: Science Edition

I hate to take such a political stance with my art, as I know we live in an especially contentious age of partisanship, but sometimes a man has to take a stance, however unpopular. I realize in this age of … Continue reading

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SKETCH REDEMPTION 02

On the heels of what I admitted was one of the worst drawings in my sketchbook and it’s subsequent makeover, I’ve already dug up something even worse, and by “dug up,” I mean “located on the same page.” So any … Continue reading

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IMPROVE-A-SKETCH 1.0

Hooray, and welcome to my first Improve-a-Sketch post and also first blog post ever, in which I attempt to restore a (in this case) terrible and in-no-way-sober drawing found in one of my sketchbooks. Here is the drawing in question. … Continue reading

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