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I hadn’t intended to draw cover art so quickly after returning to cartooning. Cover art requires more effort than single-panel cartoons, but I could not refuse a request from long-time friend Jeanne Mealy, official editor of Stipple APA, a Minneapolis-based … Continue reading
I’ve drawn hundreds of cartoons on postcards and sent them to family, friends, and fan editors. They have ended up on refrigerators, in file folders, in drawers, and in shoeboxes in closets. Some, however, appeared in print in fanzines. Seeing … Continue reading
In 1818, Jacques Auguste Simon Collin de Plancy published Dictionnaire Infernal. In 1863, it was republished with illustrations drawn by Louis Le Breton, engraved by M. Jarrault. In the 1990s, Richard A. Dengrove included the rendition of Belphegor in the … Continue reading
Editors are desperate when they draw their own artwork for their publication. David Levine and Kate Yule published this cartoon on the cover of their fanzine with the blurb “Cover by David, in the style of Teddy Harvia” under the … Continue reading
In 1987, I returned to Minicon in Minneapolis. Cartoonist that I am, I again drew my convention report. The original artwork is in black and white. I hand-cut the color separations for printing. Because of bleed-through, scanning the printed pages … Continue reading
I have added a gallery of 102 cartoons from my old Web site. Click on this cartoon to see. I will add to the gallery as I both dig through my archives and create new cartoons.
Yesterday morning I renamed my computer without realizing the consequences. The system deleted all of my preferences, including the serial numbers of all my programs. I had the original documentation for all except Freehand, the graphics program I have used … Continue reading
In 1978, I attended Minicon, the convention of the Minneapolis Science Fiction Society. Writing trip reports is a tradition among science fiction fans. Cartoonist that I am, I of course drew one instead. Click on the thumbnails for larger images. … Continue reading
I put this cartoon up on my old Web site to redirect visitors here.