Part 1 - Part 2 - Part 3 - Part 4 - Part 5
Over two decades ago, I started a webcomic comic called My Life In A Nutshell. I’m gradually uploading my archives here on Substack. I cringe when I see my art back then BUT it helps remind of the days when I had no professional art aspirations and found it much easier to draw fearlessly. What I’ve learned: Striving to connect with one’s audience trumps technical perfection. Still have to remind myself of this, every time I sit down to draw.
In Part 2, I allude the part of my life when I started getting approached by companies who wanted to buy my website and newsletter. If you’re curious, see my Inkspot Epilogue and Woodpile Philosophy post.
CRT monitor!!! 😄