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Hello, my name is JGLC,
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Erratic, Unfinished and Dirty
July’s Guest Contributor: OPPY
Fan Mail, Part IV
No Other Explanation

Fan Mail, Part III
Mikey's Sketchbook
Unflattering Portraits

The Underground Art School
Yeah Yeah, Lazy Bum
Paper to Street
Clap Your Ham Say James

Spanish Pole
Fan Mail, Part II
It Usually Manifests

Pretty Much, Pretty Awesome!
Questionable Characters
Down Under Doodles
Twitter on Paper

Nothing but Italy...
Featured: Ted McGrath
Pretty Sketchy
To-do or Not To-do

The Melting Pot
People Are Strange
May’s Guest Contributor: Wirrow
Happy Meal

My Pen is Better Than Yours
Multi-Layered Visual Ephemera with a Gooey Center
A Sofa Collaboration
Jingle Jangle

Dumb Founded
Sarah is King
World Sketches

Repeat Pattern Repeat
Smart Car Mishap
The Road Less Travelled

Featured: Simon Mills
Mister Jean
Scared Me Half to Death
Loose Narrative

Lost in Tokyo
Doodle with Me
A Tic of the Trade
An Illustrated Life

Moleskine Playground
Featured: Tommaso Meli
Life Positions

Subway Life
Could Be Me
Circular Painting
Detour: The Moleskine Notebook Experience

Featured: Gabi Campanario
DA Flickr Group
Featured: ELBOW-TOE

Urban Sketchers
Greens, Blues and Grays are the Same
Featured: Chris Piascik
Featured: lapin

Crash Into Me
Featured: Lauren Nassef
Doodle Wit
Doodled Wall

Recent Comments
Lately I've been listening to Thom Yorke's Atoms for Peace to get me started. Listening to a brilliant artist like Yorke inspires me to pursue excellence.

This site, flickr, and music. Mostly Radiohead and Thom Yorke's solo album.

My first crush was in second grade. Her name was Samantha. She was an energetic little blonde girl who always told the truth, and because of that everyone disliked her. Except for me. She had bright blue eyes that lit up with her smile, and her nose flared whenever she was excited. I thought she was the most interesting and beautiful girl in the class. One day, during lunch, I was sitting alone on the playground curb, thinking. She came up to me and sat down right next to me and asked me if I was okay. I said yes and turned away. She sat for a few moments and then left. To this day I wish I had continued that conversation instead of let it drop off like that!

I put everything I read, hear, and say into an acronym. I've been doing it since I was a little kid. It's not something I think about consciously, but when a phrase/sentence creates an fun/funny acronym I notice. For example, when you say "Have a nice day," the acronym is H.A.N.D. Sometimes I tell my friends I have "S.T.D." - after a moment of confusion I say, "Shit to do!"

This is RAD.

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