Okay, this place accumulated way more dust than it should have. 😛 So after a month of silence I think it’s time that I (attempt to) resurrect this blog. I guess I could do a tag, but I’ve done a lot of them recently so I kind of want to hold back for another post or two.
I hate it when I can’t think of anything to write about besides tags. Don’t get me wrong — you guys have given me (and shown me) some really cool ideas, but I don’t have the confidence to do them myself yet.
Continue reading “Blowing away the dust”
Howdy, Hunters! Today I have a topic I’d like to talk about that I thought would be interesting: ASD. I inherited it from my dad, and was diagnosed when I was little. So I’m going to talk about what it’s like being “on the spectrum”, as well as talk through some of the symptoms.
But first, let me educate you a little bit! *throws on cliche schoolteacher outfit and produces a chalkboard from thin air*
Continue reading “~~Autism~~ How it Works & What it’s Like”
What up, peeps! How’s your April going so far?
Today I shall continue my series “Blast From the Past”, in which I look back on some of my old creative masterpieces. Last week I took a look at my storyboards, or “picture stories”, which I started writing in first or second grade. For many years it was my primary mode of art. Nothing was stopping me.
Continue reading “The Rise of the Cartoonist: Blast From the Past, Part 2”
Happy Saturday!!! Today begins a new series called “Blast From the Past” in which I share some of my creative work from distant (and not-so-distant) past. Part One will cover what I call “picture stories”, which I’ll explain soon, in Part Two I will talk about the development of my manga-esque skills, and in Part Three I will show you some of my old writing! So so far it’s a three-part series, but I wouldn’t be surprised if I ended up doing a fourth part. And a fifth part. . . It depends.
Right, let’s dive right in!! *rubs paws together*
Continue reading “Stick Figures and Torture Scenes: Blast From the Past, Part 1”