I recently ran a workshop on cartooning techniques for nature journaling, and by way of preparation I kept a running log of this summer’s outdoor adventuring.Continue reading
A little flashback to a pre-pandemic trip to Los Angeles, in which my wife and I saw lots of cool things.
On July 4, the LA Zoo!Continue reading
Live sketches from the June 3 protest march organized by students at San Francisco’s Mission High School. You want to be careful about mass gatherings in the pandemic era, but it’s an important cause. Good job, the youth of tomorrow!
For more about the protest and the amazing students who organized it, see this San Francisco Chronicle article.
A few years back, I started doing a series of mini-comics to accompany my reading of Homer’s The Odyssey (Robert Fagles translation). I’m finally resuming the series, so it seemed like a good time to post all the previous installments in one place.Continue reading
I just finished up the first of the animal drawing classes I’m running for the San Francisco Zoo. Titled “Savanna Sketching,” it focused on the hoofed animals and birds of the zoo’s African Savanna exhibit, and so I made a set of handouts for the students…
A selection of sketches from yesterday’s Women’s March in San Francisco. First, the initial rally at Civic Center; the quotes in the balloons are snippets from the speeches, although sadly I was too far in the back to see the actual speakers.
Recently returned from sunny Baja California! Not much drawing to show for myself, but I did find a couple of perfect molted crab shells amid the tidepools…