Category Archives: Illustration Techniques

The hike continues.

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Giant book, Giant Pants.

Giant Book indeed. It is a really large, beautiful book (Candlewick Press always makes beautiful books and I’m the lucky beneficiary in this case) and I’m not just saying that because it’s mine. “Mine! MINE! My PRECIOUS!!!” No not like … Continue reading

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Anxieties

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Spring and summer are canceled.

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Not So Happy Presidents

Here is a postcard I sent out as a marketing card years ago. But there are always new readers here so maybe you haven’t seen it before. Happy P Day!     See more of my work at Mark Fearing.com.

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Something strange in the sky

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Not the right barbarians

Once a book is finished all my digital art files – get filed. I archive them and usually throw out all of the older drawings and roughs. With Great, Now We’ve Got Barbarians I had about 50GB of files. Which is … Continue reading

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