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Wednesday, June 30, 2010

KING-CAT RENT $ALE !!!

Hi Everyone--

Please help me stave off the Poor House by buying one of these nice one-of-a-kind drawings!

Thanks,
John P.

THANKS EVERYONE -- ALL PIECES HAVE SOLD!

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Untitled (2007)
Black and white pencil drawing on Bristol board of John P. and Maisie, 9" x 12" paper size.
SOLD



Study for "Warm Light" I (2007)
(Early version of the strip that appeared in King-Cat #68.)
Pencil, ink, watercolor, and typewriter correction film on paper.
5.5" x 8.5"
SOLD 



Study for "Warm Light" II (2007)
(Early version of the strip that appeared in King-Cat #68.)
Pencil, ink, watercolor, and typewriter correction film on paper.
5.5" x 8.5"
SOLD
 


Naughty Chihuahua Sketch (2009)
Ink on Scratch Paper
5" x 7" framed
SOLD

If you are interested in purchasing any of these drawings, please email me at
johnp_kingcat AT hotmail DOT com!

THANK YOU!!!


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Tuesday, June 29, 2010

LOVE IS A BATTLEFIELD

  
John P., Before Comics (1986)


John P., After Comics (2009)

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Photo by Northern Illinois University Student ID Photographer;
Drawing by Noah Van Sciver, from the great and brand-new
Blammo #6, which also features an exclusive comic drawn by John P.!


Tuesday, June 22, 2010

TRIP TO PUEBLO: Part Two

After Garden of the Gods and a trip to the local Colorado Springs Comic Shop (Bargain Comics) ("Why Is This Chimp Crying?"), we headed down into Pueblo.  I used to go down to Pueblo every summer for the State Fair, but I hadn't been there in many years.  When we got into town, we called up our buddy John Bueno, and he dropped by to show us around the city.  Mostly we wandered around Union Street and the Arkansas River, downtown.

Union Street, Pueblo.




Broken windows.




View of the Arkansas River embankment, from the Union Street Bridge; with bird.








Stairway leading down to the river.










Cormorant.






Noah.





John Bueno.


Harpo.


Groucho.


Where's Chico?



"'Tis a privilege to live in Colorado..."

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Tuesday, June 15, 2010

TRIP TO PUEBLO: Part One

Back on May 9, I had access to some wheels, so Noah and I drove down to the great city of Pueblo, Colorado, to hang out with our buddy and fellow cartoonist John Bueno.  And a good time was had by all.


On our way down, we stopped at the sublime Garden of the Gods, in Colorado Springs.  This is one of my favorite places on Earth.




Pike's Peak.


















Noah on Mars.








View from the Nature Center.






Kissing Camels in the distance.


Kissing Camels, close-up.  (one of the Camels fell down a few years ago, so now it's more like Kissing Camel-Turtle...)


Smooch.





"'Tis a privilege to live in Colorado..."

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OK-- that's enough for now!  NEXT: Pueblo.