And, we done. A surprisingly capable paper! No plan and intended to make a muddy mess. The first page of any new sketchbook is always me just throwing everything I can at it, and layering and scrubbing. It held up, and didn’t lift when I layered— a preference that is surprisingly hard to find in more cost efficient papers. I’m gonna enjoy keeping this one!
Currently reading Stand Still Stay Silent webcomic by Minna Sundberg, a postapocalyptic adventure set in Scandinavia which features a mysterious plague, magic, deserted cities, monsters, and cats.
It takes a while to get going but I'm really enjoying the story. Plus the artwork is gorgeous - I'm in love with the colours 😍
Safety Last, the 1923 Movie Featuring the Most Iconic Scene from Silent Film Era: http://www.openculture.com/2019/01/safety-last-the-1923-movie-featuring-the-most-iconic-scene-from-silent-film-era-just-went-into-the-public-domain.html
Also, I did this self portrait of me to get back into concrete art. (didn't want to practice on someone else!)
Picture shows a person with short blonde hair wearing a bright red coat and taking a selfie.
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