Inktober 19

I was doodling in my notebook and turned out Frida Kahlo I guess?

Kuretake Brush Pen

Inktober 18

A potential promo for my next book. Though I really should start writing it. 

Inktober 17

I recently finished reading Charles Burns’s Black Hole, which was a bizarre and fascinating thing. I dug the high contrast black and white he used, so I was like, let’s try to replicate that. 

Kolinsky brush; Dr. Ph. Martin’s ink.

Inktober 16

Toni Morrison! 

Hey, you check out her further adventures in my comic, The Literary Intellectual Team. Issue 4 of 6 has almost finished. Watch and marvel as I go from indiscernible scribbles to something that resembles people! 

Kuretake brush pen; Platinum Preppy fountain pen.

When I complain about being broke and my friend tells me to stop spending all my money on books:

Inktober 15.

Those Pentel pocket brushes are very convenient. Especially for drawing on the go and stuff.

thecomicsvault:

HAPPY NEW COMICS DAY, EVERYONE!
"PEANUTS" (Oct. 5th, 1951)By Charles M. Schulz 
thecomicsvault:

HAPPY NEW COMICS DAY, EVERYONE!
"PEANUTS" (Oct. 5th, 1951)By Charles M. Schulz 

thecomicsvault:

HAPPY NEW COMICS DAY, EVERYONE!

"PEANUTS" (Oct. 5th, 1951)
By Charles M. Schulz 

(via comixology)

A peek inside one of my notebooks. I’m working very slowly on a new review for Multiversity.

Inktober 14

I decided to try to draw my dog. The picture I was using as a reference just had her chilling in front of a bookshelf, but then I always get a kick out of it when she throws my boyfriend shade, so I thought I would try to put that expression on her too.

This was done with a Platinum Preppy fountain pen and Noodler’s Polar Black ink,