Meet Clora. She likes to stop and smell the flowers, but her first love is meteorology. On the weekends she sketches clouds and keeps tabs on the changing weather with her pocket barometer. It’s quite hipstery, and I’m pretty sure she’s friends with this guy.
Hipster cat just wanted to send you this selfie of her enjoying life in some killer red glasses.
Oh, hi there. Nothing to see here. Just your everyday, ordinary cat in the jean jacket – too cool for school, ready to pity a fool, saying things like, “Cats rule. Dogs drool!”
Happy Friday! This week I’ve been using the app Procreate on my iPad Pro to draw two of my favorite things – cats and foxes.
Procreate is a pretty intuitive app and its capabilities blow Adobe Sketch out of the water. Sketch does have a great pencil that I prefer, but there are way more brushes in Procreate, along with more editing and effect capabilities. Aside from the pencil, I do miss Sketch’s integration with Creative Cloud. But otherwise, Procreate wins my heart!
Have a great weekend!
Well… I fell off the Inktober bandwagon. Inking every day wasn’t the problem; it was the idea of sharing it every day. Sometimes the things I draw are best left inside a closed sketchbook! Once I realized that the thought of having to post something every day was not appealing to me, I remembered working on something every day was (like NaNoWriMo!). So I kept working on my main projects instead, which didn’t always involve inking or sharing.
Here’s one thing I finished up. It’s a sample page from Tom & Gibson: a quirky story about a pet and master power struggle. Meet Tom the walrus person and Gibson the purple cat.
Good news: I managed to work on something new this week!
It turns out drawing walrus people is way more fun than drawing normal people. Who knew? I have some plans for these two. More coming soon. :)
This year I’m taking the plunge and participating in NaNoWriMo (National Novel Writing Month). Truth be told, I’ve never technically tried writing an entire novel before, let alone writing one in 30 days. So I feel a lot like this astronaut cat…floating in the abyss with a vague look of concern.
But I’m also really excited! I’ve been prepping my characters, plot and setting, and my outline is nearly complete. (I have a couple loose ends to tie up before November 1, but I’m close!) And for some crazy reason, I think I can do this.
Anyway, you likely won’t hear from me this November since I’ll be doing my darnedest to crank out 50,000 words. But hopefully a victory post will mark the end of this journey.
Good luck to all the other NaNoWriMo-ers out there!