This is beautiful!
In addition to your wonderful art, I love your storytelling voice.
Process question: When you draw street scenes set in real places (Mt Horeb, downtown Madison, et al), do you make a reference sketch on the spot? Use a camera? Draw from memory? Other?
Thanks for your kind comment. When I draw backgrounds I usually do them from my memory/imagination, so they end up being quite cartoonish. I’ve never used a camera, but it’s a good idea. In the case of downtown Mt. Horeb, I just couldn’t make it look historic, and the perspective wasn’t right, so I resorted to the Internet for a photo. I
I really like this story (and the earlier one with the apples). And I like the way you put the fabric in. It’s like the art version of breaking the fourth wall.
wOoP for mexican hot choc!
This is very cool…my niece just brought me back a Pashmina scarf from her tour of duty in Afghanistan, which I was utterly thrilled with. I’d never heard of them before and had to Google the term. Now, here you are.
The only thing I don’t like about this post is that it makes me really homesick!
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