October 23: Leak (What's not confidential is the name of the manicurist...Don't go there.) All previous drawings: https://linesbyleon.com/inktober/ I've been told I'm good at drawing hands. Well, the left hand...or the right hand when it's holding a pen or pencil. I'm blown away by how some artists can draw with such realism. Talent? Of course. … Continue reading Weekend Wrap-up / Inktober Day 23 (Leak): What can you draw?
Day 4: KnotI humbly apologize in advance... Is that a Sailor's Hitch? 'Fraid knot. All previous drawings: https://linesbyleon.com/inktober/ I think that I would have fit in with the Dadaists or the Surrealists. I find it difficult to to do two things: Not try to draw something humorous or whimsical, andGet the perspective correct Some of … Continue reading Inktober Day 4 / Monday Musings: Pictures at an Exposition
Getting close to being caught up with all "The Miniscules" to date. There will be a few more Wednesdays before you will be getting the current weekly serving of hilarity. Of course, you can always catch Miniscule Monday on Instagram @lines_by_leon After The Masters The loss of a beloved actor Do you like puzzles? I … Continue reading Weird Wednesday
Last Wednesday I shared the origins trailer that I put together: "The Miniscules: Origins" .I'll let you get caught up. Back? Nice. Here is the next installment of the Miniscules recap. Yes, I posted one twice. Just copied it from my old site. This one still makes me laugh. I don't know why, it's not … Continue reading Weird Wednesday
When I started The Miniscules it was just an avenue for some strange ideas that I had in my head. sometimes they got into predicaments because of their size, then later they became embroiled with current events. With a bit of time on my hands, and in answer to many queries like, "Where did the … Continue reading Weird Wednesday: The Miniscules-Origins
Continuing the evolution of my "artistic" side. Some ideas are poignant, others come from everyday situations, the last one was inspired by all the sports repeats in 2020. You can see that I haven't figured out where to put the web link: I started a "Miniscules: Origins" movie. I got as far as a trailer … Continue reading Weird Wednesday: More Miniscules + Creatures.
So, in my attempt to catch you up on a year of "The Miniscules", I submit a few more from my website (yes, they are all there-you don't have to wait). You can see when the Covid-19 crisis hit. A lot of things were different. I wrote a Homeschooling article on Medium.com: Homeschooling : It doesn’t … Continue reading Weird Wednesday: More Miniscules
Sometimes humor can make you laugh out loud, chuckle, snicker, giggle, smile, smirk, purse your lips, furrow your brow, or shake your head. As I have written before, humor is subjective (read my previous post here: Humor/Humour) and it is so diverse from the silly to the "I can't believe you said that" to the … Continue reading Weird Wednesday: More Miniscules
I like to sketch and draw, but for some reason, I could not consistently draw people-or cartoons. Not being one to give up, I decided to give up. But, I had all these oddly humorous situations that needed an outlet. So I came up with "The Miniscules". Some of the situations encountered were inspired by … Continue reading Weird Wednesday: The Miniscules
Don't ask me why I was thinking of this, but I was thinking about things I used to draw as a kid. Usually during class. Usually in my scribbler. Sometimes on my desk. I don't want to give away any clues, but most of my desks in elementary school still had holes in the upper … Continue reading Things I used to…draw