Hello all six(plus?!) of you! Katie and I are back from our anniversary vacation and coinciding chest colds! Good stuff, good stuff. It actually was a very nice, albeit short, vacation. We stayed at a fantastic Japanese-style bed and breakfast (Ryokan), bathhouse and all, in rural Connecticut. It gave us time to decompress and relax,… Continue reading Back to the Grind (Slow, slow grind)
Hello dear readers, Katie here. Have you heard of the 100 Day Project? It’s a fantastic project sort of like National Novel Writing Month, but for artists and creative-types, and over the course of 100 days starting in April instead of just the one month of November. I decided today that I want to participate,… Continue reading 100 Day Project 2018
So. Howdy. How are you all doing? It’s been quite a while. I’ll be honest, I’ve been having a hard time writing this blog post. I’ve kind of been avoiding it, and I’m not sure why. At first it was because I was intent on doing a bunch of research on the comics I wanted… Continue reading A Little Bit of Honesty
Happy New Year, folks! I’m gonna keep this quick because there’s a huge storm here in New Hampshire, and I’m not sure if our power is going to get knocked out. As is customary when a new year rolls around, Aiden and I talk about what we’ve accomplished in the past year and what we… Continue reading New Year, New Goals!
Hey, folks! Today I’d like to share with you a revelation I’ve had recently. Writing is hard! What the heck! When I was younger, stories and ideas came as easily to me as breathing. I wrote all the time, going through multitudes of college-ruled notebooks. Granted, I rarely finished these stories. I wrote down just… Continue reading Writing is…hard??
Hello dear readers! I wanted to share some of the fun journal comics I’ve been doing lately. I really enjoy drawing these little goofy things, they always put me in a good mood! I hope they make you smile. Thanks for reading! Katie
Greetings, dear readers! Today I want to share with you some resources I’ve been using lately to hone my skills as an artist. Unfortunately, the Bachelor’s of Fine Arts degree I earned from my university purposefully ignored many important areas of art, such as illustration, sequential art, digital art, and anything pertaining to imagination or… Continue reading Learning Is FUN! (no really, it is!)