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Moby Duck

Moby Dick is a foundation of modern literature, so I co-opted the name. This image is the fifth in a series of Semi-Famous Barnyard Animals. Enjoy!

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Gregory Peck

I love playing with words, especially names. This image is the third in a series of Semi-Famous Barnyard Animals. My favorite movie of all time is To Kill A Mockingbird, so the character of Atticus Finch (and the actor) is … Continue reading

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Pigasus

Sometimes I come across an old dictionary or book that has been damaged or simply has several pages missing, and see that object as something that still contains a lot of information, AND, useful paper. I’d earlier crafted something similar … Continue reading

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Cold Weather Health Issues

Be careful out there! Cold weather can raise serious health issues, most of which are avoidable simply by preparing for the worst. Bundle up, think ahead, and eat lots of chicken soup! 🙂 For more information on the different conditions … Continue reading

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Levers for Kids: Let’s Move Something

Kids these days must start learn how things in there surrounding works, like on playground there are seesaws and slides. From playing hopscotch to riding a seesaw they must learn what a lever is. Think of a long, strong stick … Continue reading

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Life In a First-Aid Kit

Your typical first-aid kit. So check this out lots of gags in here, but I think the best one is the box of adhesive strips that’s hitting on the moist towelettes. Enjoy!

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Cut & Dried

When Kids Discover magazine asked me to illustrate the process by which a wound heals, I pretty much knew how I wanted to approach it. The only thing that plagued me was how to replicate the whorled pattern of fingerprints—until … Continue reading

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