I really wasn’t expecting to become a hot yoga convert this month, but I went to cold yoga last week and was low-key resentful about it, so I maybe I am?? But I also did hot yoga yesterday and lied on the floor for half of it so I guess it’s still complicated.
For all you cool cats out there 😼😎
Practice is one of the hardest things for me to make time for consistently as an illustrator. Whenever I sit down to practice, I end up feeling like I need to end with a finished piece, or the time will have been “wasted.” This gives a lot of anxiety about starting at all! I have to really deliberately schedule practice with the understanding that the point is to have a lot of “unfinished” work.
Of all the types of exercises I use, regular figure drawing improves my work in general the most. This month I’ve been dedicating 10-30 minutes a day to drawing figures, and it’s been really helpful!
Medical bills are the number one cause of bankruptcy in the US, even as many debtors report having health insurance at the time of their illness. If you’re in debt, you’re not alone! Our financial system is designed to keep us down.
I spent most of college drowning in medical debt, despite having had health insurance at the time of my injury. I was cut without warning from my insurance six months later, and unable to get any injury care for years afterward. What a waste!
This is excerpted from Debt Trap, originally published by The Nib. Grab a print copy here.
Trying out hot yoga this month 💦💦💦
Six Gun, my inktober comic about a couple of budding young hooligans, is now IN PRINT!
My next project is a post-water scarcity romp through the deep south. Stay tuned!
My parents have a young doberman and I miss this enormous, perfect dweeb alllllmost more than my family
Many years later I read “Pale Fire” (Nabokov, 1962) and was shocked to find it’s also about subjective reality, and a Lord Kinbote is the main character.