Category Archives: Sketchblogging

A recent drawing from my sketchbook

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Oracle’s Last Supper

Here’s the line art for the still-ongoing drawing I’m making of “Oracle’s Last Supper,” featuring nearly every female hero of DC’s “Bat” family arranged in a “Last Supper of Christ” pastiche, plus a dog. There are 17 figures in all. Please click to see it larger. It’s still not finished — there will to be [...] Continue reading

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Stephanie Brown takes a photo of Stephanie Brown posing with Stephanie Brown

These are figures from a drawing-in-progress I’m working on, featuring the Last Supper done with 16 Batgirls, Batwomen, female Robins and female Black Bats. Plus Oracle,Spoiler, Huntress and Ace the Bat-Hound.

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Rochelle Wayne, also known as Robin, on a gigantic toy dinosaur

Ongoing work-in-progress for a drawing that will be auctioned off as part of this year’s “Women of Wonder Day.” The woman in the drawing is Rochelle Wayne, who was Robin in an “Elseworlds” Batman comic set during the French Revolution. Rochelle Wayne was designed by the wonderful José Luis García-López; my attempt to draw García-López [...] Continue reading

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Sketch of the 1950s Batwoman and Batgirl

Katherine (Kathy) Kane and her niece Betty Kane were the original Batwoman and Batgirl, in the 1950s.
This was kind of interesting to sketch. I had to draw things I virtually never draw, like — well — superheroes. And high heels.

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Character drawing from a short non-Hereville comic I’m working on

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Sketches of Fat Guys for Fat People Art Week

It’s Fat People Art Week! A few contributions…. I’m trying to learn how to paint in Photoshop, and I was playing with some more painterly approaches in the drawing below (although I still didn’t give up the crutch of line art!). Still a long way to go… And here’s the exact same drawing, except I [...] Continue reading

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A Bunch Of Twenty-Five Dollar Sketches

I have an ongoing offer to do a ten $25 dollar sketch for people who buy a copy of Hereville from me. It’s fun for me to do, and I think people enjoy having a one-of-a-kind drawing done just for them. With only a couple of exceptions, these were drawn entirely on computer, and then [...] Continue reading

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Portland Opera’s “Hansel and Gretel”

This Monday, me and 19 other Portland cartoonists attended a dress rehearsal of the Portland Opera’s production of “Hansel and Gretel.” We were fed and wined, given a backstage tour, and then allowed to sketch and doodle during a full dress rehearsal. I had a great time. Anyway, here’s the drawing I made, based on [...] Continue reading

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Jewish Women in Pop Culture #3: Rhoda Morgenstern

I love Rhoda. Although I wonder how many Hereville readers will know who she is without having to click on the link? Continue reading

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