On the this Thanksgiving eve, I’m thankful for the usual things: family, friends, four days off work, etc. But I’m also thankful for being able to work on art and writing on a regular basis. It helps me make sense of the world. Here’s my latest piece. The prompt was “autobiography”… so here’s a glimpse into my childhood head.
Well… I fell off the Inktober bandwagon. Inking every day wasn’t the problem; it was the idea of sharing it every day. Sometimes the things I draw are best left inside a closed sketchbook! Once I realized that the thought of having to post something every day was not appealing to me, I remembered working on something every day was (like NaNoWriMo!). So I kept working on my main projects instead, which didn’t always involve inking or sharing.
Here’s one thing I finished up. It’s a sample page from Tom & Gibson: a quirky story about a pet and master power struggle. Meet Tom the walrus person and Gibson the purple cat.