In which I add some fun
Before I became a high-powered children’s pastor (with my very own space for my laptop at the bar in a club because my former executive office is becoming a caravan park reception — it’s not complicated, but it’s not interesting either) I was an award-winning graphic designer of some small note in North Wales. The thing about graphic designers is that we like to think we...
In which I start to gr-APP-le with a question but...
I’m so sorry. Also for the bad Terry Pratchett rip off in the paragraph after next. @JustPlainMeg kindly asked me which apps I use, which is not quite as dangerous, in a death-by-boredom kind of way, as asking me about fonts (totally wondering why I’m not finding continuous and important reasons to use Warnock Pro, by the way). Meg, I’m going to assume you mean to draw with...
A couple months back, my seven year-old daughter...
I’m sorry for the lack of drawings this week. For some reason, I forgot that I was doing this for fun and started worrying about whether or not you would like a drawing or if I was using the right app - like it was a Job or something. That was dumb. Back to normal now, I hope.
Eww! I’m not eating fruit straight off a tree. Don’t be gross! Maybe...– Eve, 2010
In which I explain about bacon
When people find out I’m a vegetarian, the conversation often goes like this: Them: Don’t you miss meat? Me: No. Them: Not even bacon rolls/butties/sarnies/sandwiches? Me: Nope. Them: Oh. I couldn’t live without bacon! I think in the mind of Them, the second question is: Not even lovely salty crispy chewy the-smell-sends-me-to-heaven bacon with bread? To answer Nope to...
1) Please remember that these illustrations are inspired by Mr Arjun Basu’s stories, not necessarily illustrating them directly. 2) As far as Google is concerned, this is the first picture of a baconmaid in the history of the universe.