On the top picture this is my older sister Adi (the older one obviously) and my younger cousin Quincey (the little one) at my aunt Sophie and uncle Cacey’s house in New Orleans ( Quincey is their daughter).This is Quincey again but this time with one of their dogs I can’t remember it’s name but most of the time we were at their house she was cuddling with it. And if your wondering who’s leg is at the bottom it is Adi’s.
My mom’s side of the family took a trip to New Orleans over winter break to visit my family. It was really rainy (everything you would imagine for vacation weather ) anyways we were at my grandma’s apartment and let me tell you it was so high up it’s scary! Well Zahzi my sister pointed out this huge building it was so tall we couldn’t see the top of it and I thought it would be a nice picture and so here it is!
Monday News May 12, 2018
this is the first picture I put on my website. yesterday at home school I got bored while my Dad was grading my paper, and so I drew this. I called it the swirly whirly.
Jungle Book drawing
Mabel wanted to draw Jungle Book characters back and forth this morning. I agreed, and here’s the finished product.
Mabel’s Fables Release!
Mabel’s Fables is a storybook that has been in the works for three and a half years. It is a compilation of many classic fairy tales, and some originals, told by Mabel Monday from the age of three and a half to seven. We printed a short run and it will be released this Sunday, February twenty first at Jackie O’s taproom! 48 pages. full color. $10.00
Beauty and the Beats 2013
Last year Mabel and I made a bunch of fairy tale comics together. I thought it would be fun to do the same ones once every tear with Mabel to see the changes as we go on. (For as long as she wants to do them anyway.) So this is Beauty and the Beast because this is the one we did first last time.Coming up next is Cinderella.
2 more lions from Mabel and Photoshop
Lions in Photoshop
Mabel wanted to draw some frames because of seeing me draw some frames up for a comic version of an interview I conducted with her. She drew one frame and then proceeded to “action draw” while narrating. She was drawing the tornado from the Wizard of Oz and playing the roles of the characters involved. When I asked her what she wanted to name this she said, “Tornado I guess.”