Well that was quite the long hiatus. I come back with a preview of “I Can’t Breathe”; a little comic I drew for Rosemary Zine. It accompanies my poem which uses my current allergy symptoms as an allegory for toxic relationships. The zine will feature many other lovely ladies exploring the relationship between humans and plants, and will be up for grabs sometime in July!
Otherwise, how are you handling the spring season and it’s plant babies? At the very moment, half of my face looks like it’s about to morph into a toad but that’s moreso due to dental surgery. I hope for a speedy recovery so that I can crack down on the many things I want to work on; including an upcoming show that may be in the Salmagundi Art Club. So far, I’ve knocked off most of the medical errands I needed to do for the year so I’m quite set. Even when you’re busy, always remember to take care of your health.
What would have been “White” for Month of Love, if not for how certain events played out. At this point, I’m undecided as to whether I would consider it part of the set. I didn’t make this as monochrome as I had the other pieces, and white is a perceived color more-so than it’s actually used in the piece.
I also finally came to realize that my tablet monitor shows everything as more saturated than it really is; which explains why everything I’ve uploaded in the past came out way less saturated than I remember it looking while working. Mystery solved~
Month of Love has long passed and we are now in the middle of a snowy March. In light of warmer weather to come, here is my interpretation of “Yellow”. As always, you can view the full image in my art gallery.
I regret that I couldn’t finish the Month of Love challenge in all its entirety within the time-frame of the month. I will still be completing “White” for completion’s sake, despite being past February.
Unfortunately, a very convoluted issue came up with my ISP, which has spanned from my move-in in November until now. Considering how large of a company said ISP is, it has been absolutely stressful and taking a lot more time than I would like resolve everything. Due to the company’s size and how disjointed each department is, trying to find the right people to help you and for everyone to be on the same page is like navigating through a labyrinth.
If everything goes to plan, it SHOULD be resolved towards the end of this month.
In the meantime, please bear with the slow pace of my activity.