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Monday, September 28, 2015

Cartoon Of The Week: Obama & Buhari

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The cartoon feature for today has a seemingly controversial title: Buhari's trip and Obama's gay crusade
It was published two months ago. If you would like to see what the cartoon is all about and/or post a  comment, please visit dull-cartoon (which is my cartoons blog).

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Thursday, September 24, 2015

My latest Ballpoint Pen Drawing (September 2015)

Recently I left one of my ‘base’ in Delta State back to Bauchi in a hurry and forgot my faded blue towel behind.

Anyway, the above picture is a recent sketch I made at its early stage of development. At the top left side of the picture is a folded piece of tissue paper that I use to clean the tip of the pen while I draw. The ballpoint pen often overflows when I sketch with it for too long (I use to use the towel but have found an alternative).

Below is the ‘completed’ biro sketch of the above picture.

Blog dedicated to biro sketches


To avoid accidentally staining the white paper with hand w(hile working), I use a folded sheet of paper instead of my regular towel (a method/tradition I sometimes use).

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Monday, March 30, 2015

I love Vincent van Gogh (Happy Birthday).

Showing respect on the birthday of the Dutch painter Vincent Willem van Gogh

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Sunday, January 4, 2015

The faded blue towel

Yesterday, I was going through my past blog post. Apart from the numerous grammatical blunders, I noticed that a faded blue towel was featured in most of the photographs in my post.

I bought the towel a few years ago for the sole purpose of using it for biro sketches. Often times, the ink in the pen over flows so I wipe the tip of the ballpoint pen with the towel. The second purpose of the towel is to cover/protect white paper from getting stained.

I think it is time to get a new one (something more presentable). I might convert this to my painting rage for my watercolour (using it to dry/clean the brush). I have used it for almost ten years and have carried it where ever I travelled in those years.

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Ife’ka Terry
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