Monthly Archives: October 2012

Branching out to RedBubble

There’s a POD for everyone As one might guess, I’m kind of into Print On Demand sites – each one is slightly different in their focus and features (and antifeatures).  In addition to Spreadshirt, which I’ve discussed before, there was … Continue reading

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Tentacular Fantastrees

They came from Halloween Town Halloween is just under a week away, but here’s a sketch to get you in the right mindframe: I’ve been enjoying the stark feeling of these trees … simple, organic, like they could reach out … Continue reading

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First print!

CafePress, we have a problem … One of the problems with Ninth Circle Design stems from one of my initial business decisions – using Print On Demand. Granted, it makes my life so much easier in not having to deal … Continue reading

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Tree Family

Anthropomorphism is Your Best Entertainment Value A lot of times, the pen and paper tree sketches start with a single line, and the bumps from my hand wobbling tell me where to add new branches.  Occasionally, though, I have an … Continue reading

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Ada Lovelace Day!

It’s Ada Lovelace Day! Ada Lovelace Day is a day for celebrating women in “STEM” – that is, in sciences, technology, engineering, and math.  There’s all the details you can stand at: I’m struggling under a giant mass of … Continue reading

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Cards for Hallowmas

I blame my mother Once upon a time, my mother related to me a terrible joke about computer programmers that starts like this: Why can’t computer programmers tell the difference between Christmas and Halloween? The punchline was sufficiently nerdy and … Continue reading

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