Another idea came to me the other day. A webcomic idea. Drawing is in a way not too far behind writing as an activity I am driven to do. Unlike writing, it’s not something that I get anxious if time passed by without having taken part in the activity after some time. Sometimes years have … Continue reading Trial and Error
Listening to an episode of the podcast,"Start With This", I was confronted again with the concept of the disposability of art. In this particular episode (episode 8, "Art is disposable") they were talking about the many things that they and others wrote that they eventually threw out. It was another angle on the idea of … Continue reading Erase
I’ve been asking myself this question quite a bit of late: why have I let myself stop writing? It seems like a simple question, and it sounds exactly like one I feel like I’ve already answered— you know—with reasons like family trauma, work, and other things that keep me busy. But no matter how many … Continue reading Why Did I Let Myself Stop?
One of the joys of parenthood comes from the simple activities we share with our children. From this weekend’s activities of igloo building after the snow falls here in Chicago, to playing Minecraft together, to sitting down to draw Pokemon. Each of these and more happened this past weekend, but it is that last activity … Continue reading Perspective
I like to draw. It is yet another hobby that I spend much too little time doing. Much like writing. But it is different. And with that itch of wanting to make a webcomic, the desire to draw has been a growing one. The question becomes, however, how can I honestly fit it in when … Continue reading Sketching