Greetings Peasants! Lol, actually, I know that if you have made it here to my blog, then you are a highly intelligent human being with superior taste. Or you’re a hyperspace alien with superior intellect hijacking Earth internet signals to conquer to planet. In that case, I recommend you stay out of Illinois. We will […]Read More Episode Thirty Three: Dreidel
Before I get to anything else, I (desperately) need to give a shout out to one of my readers: Caleb Douglass. He has been an ardent reader of my writing since the very beginning, an early adopter, and lately he has solved a mystery for me. I have had an unknown person (by the screen […]Read More Episode Thirty Two: Not What it Looks Like
Hello Internet! It’s me again. Last post was a huge chunk of story, so I thought I would buy myself a little time by putting in another Q&A feature. I get a lot of emails, and can’t answer them all, but I do at least try to read every one of them. Enjoy! -BW Q: […]Read More Feature: Questions and Answers, the Sequel
I hope that you have noticed a difference in the past couple of updates. I recently reread through some overworked writing quotes that I keep around when I found a small tidbit by an author that I had forgotten about. I’ll paraphrase his words; he said: “It is no use writing for a crowd of […]Read More Episode Thirty One: Again?
Have you heard of the butcher who accidentally backed into his meat grinder? Yeah, he got a little behind in his work. That joke has made me groan with the pain of my soul ever since the first time my grandpa told me that joke. I am afraid that it makes me groan today for […]Read More Episode Thirty: Peekaboo
As I work harder on this blog, I have found just how much harder it is, and also, what sort of things I am incapable of drawing. For instance, gears. I wanted to show a mechanical representation of Tannenbaum’s methodical mind. Instead, the cartoon looks like a forehead tattoo. Well, I suppose that’s cool too. […]Read More Episode Twenty Nine: Quin Arranges a Meet
Hello! It’s me again. There are more cartoons for the story, and I think that they are working out well. I hope that you have as much fun reading my ongoing story as much as I have in writing it. Also, I want to say that I realize the picture of Tannenbaum this week has […]Read More Chapter Twenty Eight: Quin Who?
Already a week into drawing cartoons, and I have hit a brick wall. It’s strange, but art hates hesitation. For instance, I have been drawing with a pencil, so that I can use an eraser to fix my mistakes. As a result, I think my drawings have been crappy. I don’t like them. I usually […]Read More Episode Twenty Seven: Tannenbaum Collects
I never thought I would be bested by a pair of shoes. As I made the drawings for this week, I thought that nothing could withstand the reality inducing tones of my pencil. I thought I could draw anything, but I was wrong. I can’t draw shoes. You know, I thought that if I had […]Read More Episode Twenty Six: Favors