Mini Comic #2

Round two! Today’s comic is brought to you by social anxiety!



2018 has been such an eventful period that I haven’t been able to create as much content, be it polished or rough and conceptual. There have been major disruptions over the past several months—such as hardware failure, ongoing construction at my place of residence, and a death in the family—and unfortunately I’ve had to reevaluate some of my personal and professional goals.

The good news is, after many months of saving, I’ve recently purchased an iPad and have been messing around with Autodesk Sketchbook and the Apple Pencil. Here are some of those pieces…


The bad news is, I’m still working on resolving some of those hardware issues, and I don’t have a time frame for when that will be accomplished.

Thank you to everyone who followed my design blog until now, and please, stay tuned for an upcoming announcement. Despite the doom and gloom, I have a project in the works that I’m excited to say will soon be ready to unveil.

Inktober 2018, Day 2

My initial plan was to alternate between productive and rest days this year. Day 2 was set to be a rest day, until the guilt hit and I rushed through a drawing of Chise Hatori from Ancient Magus Bride.

I’m not sure if I want to try to stick it out and maintain this pace for as long as I can (and risk burning out later in the month, as with previous years), or keep to the original schedule so that my drawings are of consistently better quality.

Inktober 2018, Day 1

Just in time for the first day of Inktober, I found out that W.I.T.C.H. is getting reprinted. I adore the art style and I’m really excited to continue reading the story!

I’d planned to use the official Inktober prompt list this year, but before I knew it I was excitedly sketching (and inking, and colouring) Will. The result is a bit messy since posting it as an Inktober piece was, admittedly, an afterthought.

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