Another from McKenzie Chinn. Knockin it out of the park.
On Millenials, or Terrible is the New Awesome by McKenzie Chinn
FINALLY got around to exchanging this shirt by Isabella Rotman for the right size and I LOVE IT. Apologies for the poopy webcam picture, I was just so excited to show the world. Thanks thismighthurt!!!
I love this. You look adorable!!
I Always Felt Bad For Medusa
More space suit sketches
Just a reminder that if you are planning to submit to my Awkward Sex Story anthology, the deadline to send me your ideas (not the whole comic, just a page count and your concept, with links to your work) is tomorrow! I have decided to extend this deadline through tuesday, March 11th. I hope this give you all enough time to think of something awesome and wonderful!
I Don’t Like Feeling Vulnerable . Isabella Rotman
Anonymous asked: Hello again, same anon. Beth Hetland! I recall that name when choosing Research classes and hers involved telling stories. Unfortunately her class was full so I couldn't take it but since you mention her I definitely want to take the comic class and it just sounds interesting. Sorry for asking this, as this may be a silly question. I looked at that zine event page--where is the location? I only see the date. And I plan on saying hello and introducing myself :) I'll see you soon!
Its at Columbia College Chicago! I’ll post about it on this blog before the event too.
Anonymous asked: Your work is amazing! I too go to SAIC and I've seen your work around from the Sex Education book to little drawings scattered. I'm very interested in Illustration but I'm also curious about comics! I have no idea how to even begin making zines (or comics) because most of my quirky drawings are doodles. If you have any advice on how you started and fed your motivation, please feel free to respond. Thanks! :)
Hello Anon SAIC friend! Thank you so much for the kind words! I’m glad you like my work and that you got a copy of the sexual health comic.
I would reccommend taking a comics class! There are a lot of great teachers in comics at SAIC. I have been graduated for a year so I’m not sure what classes are being offered in the fall, but I would recommend a class with Christa Donner or Beth Hetland, both of those teachers are good at getting you into the basics in the beginning.
You could also come by Zinefest in a few weeks to get an idea of the comics scene! I am going ot be tabling there if you want to say hello I can give you some advice. Here is some Zinefest info: http://chicagozinefest.bigcartel.com/
Feel free to ask me any questions or introduce yourself at Zinefest!