Thought it would be fun to share this mini comic I created while taking a Comics Storytelling class at the
Cartoon Art Museum in San Francisco.
We were given three random words to create an 8 page story in about an hour. It was challenging and fun.
The entire comic was created on one page of 11.5 x 8 inch copy paper and then folded into a mini booklet.
I finally found time to update this site and catch up a bit. You can now read “Little”, my first comic book here:
After eight years living in San Francisco, we moved to Wilmington, North Carolina this past August. It was a big decision, but we were ready for a change in scenery.
Moving across the country is a big ordeal. But, after a disaster of a red eye flight with a poor 14 year old cat in tow, we made it safely.
One of the draws to coastal North Carolina were the warmer beaches. Shortly after our exhausting move, we took some time to enjoy nearby Wrightsville Beach.
Of course, this meant sketch time for me. I used a favorite brush pen and some watercolor to quickly capture the day in a very old pocket-sized sketchbook.
This past summer, I spent a beautiful afternoon sketching the Golden Gate Bridge from the Marina neighborhood over looking Fort Mason.
I returned to an old half-full, pocket sized, water color sketchbook once again to change things up.
I started this year off with a fun project. My niece recently had a birthday party featuring a cat theme. She had cat cake, cat plates, cat napkins, and even cat-themed gift bags for her friends.
My sister asked me to design a thank you card fitting the party’s theme and who better to adorn the card then our friend,
Little the Cat.
Rough Pencil Sketch
The final piece was done in India Ink on watercolor paper — with a “Little” help.
The Original Little the Cat, lending assistance
Here’s the finished piece before sending it off to the printers.
Little Thank You Card
Made a quick season-themed water color sketch.
Well… life, work, and exhaustion ended my run for this year’s Inktober. I did manage three more days’ pieces, but I didn’t come close to meeting my goals. Anyway, here are my last three Inktober drawings for 2018.
Inktober 2018, Day 23 – Muddy
Inktober 2018, Day 24 – Chop
Inktober 2018, Day 25 – Prickly
Missed a couple days and decided to combine three days’ prompts into one piece of artwork. Here I combined “Precious”, “Flowing”, and “Cruel” for days 9 through 11.