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Monday Morning Art: Bikini Girl


This week’s art is my second entry in Inktober. The idea is that I’ll post a pen and ink drawing each Monday this month. This is all dependent on my hands holding up well enough to hold a pen that long. So far, so good, but for today’s art I used a brush pen. I think that still counts.

The above drawing is brush pen on paper for pens, and it’s just a very rough drawing of a pin-up pose with very little detail. To be honest, I’m crunched for time this week, and only had a few minutes to spare to jot this down. There’s nothing phenomenal about this. It’s just the kind of doodle I’d normally knock out while warming up to so a more complex piece.

If you want to see it a bit bigger, just click on it.

Meanwhile, Monday at 2 PM on The AIR, we bring you a recent encore episode of  Psychedelic Shack, followed at 3 PM by a recent encore edition of Herman Linte’s weekly showcase of the Progressive Rock of the past half-century, Prognosis.  You can listen to The AIR at the website, or on the embedded radio player right here…

Our friends at Haversham are otherwise occupied with paying work again this week, and I can sympathize, because I am too. I might be able to squeeze out a new Radio Free Charleston this week if I pad out the last two hours with a rerun of RFC International, but everything else is on hold while I work on a couple of magazine articles.  There will be fresh content every day this week here in PopCult, but it might be a little skimpy.

Psychedelic Shack can be heard every Monday at 2 PM, with replays Tuesday at 9 AM, Wednesday at 10 PM, Friday at 1 PM,  and Saturday at 9 AM. Classic episodes can be heard Sunday at 9 AM as part of our Sunday Haversham Recording Institute collection.

You can hear Prognosis on The AIR Monday at 3 PM, with replays Tuesday at 7 AM, Wednesday at 8 PM, Thursday at Noon, and Saturday at 10 AM. You can hear two classic episodes of the show Sunday at 2 PM.

At 8 PM, stick around for an 11-hour marathon of Dexter Checker’s Ska Madness program, from about four years ago.

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