Last week our little house on 221st street sold. While on a bike ride soon after, it hit me how many big seasons have happened these last few years! Pets come and gone, two kids, a pandemic, two book deals, and many more ups and downs. Whoa.
I had so much fun staying up late while everyone slept, and putting a few of these milestones into quick illustrations. I’m totally not sure what’s ahead of me, but whatever it is, I’m looking forward to a new chapter! I’m grateful for endless possibilities.
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Life has been CRAZY lately with lots of work [most of which I cannot post!], so I wasn’t able to do as many Inktober sketches this year as I would have liked. HOWever, I managed to squeeze out a few, here they are 🙂
A real disguise. [pencil crayon, brush pen]
A doggy from Gastown. [Colerase, pencil, brush pen]
Chatting on the skytrain. [Colerase, brush pen]
Gastown dude. [Marker, brush pen]
Jammin’ in Gastown. [Colerase, brush pen]
Our cats, Mowgli [the striped one] about to pounce on Ema [the grey one]. [Marker, brush pen]
Mowgli & Ema ready for Halloween. [Marker, colerase, brush pen]
Even Norman Bates got into the Inktober spirit. [Marker, colerase, brush pen]
Piles o’ pumpkins. [Colerase, brush pen]
My wife and I taking advantage of a rainy Sunday. [Marker, colerase, brush pen]
A viking hat in Gastown. [Colerase, brush pen]
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