I have been so focused lately on my more involved, multi-page comics that I’ve been missing my simpler little one-shot slice-of-life comics I used to draw in my blank journal book. So when a simpler little slice-of-life occurance ...um ...occurred, it just begged to be drawn into my book. I hope to continue drawing these ones intermittently while still working on my bigger projects.
This is the next page of Grandmother, tentatively numbered 6. I'm going to insert a page back in the middle of the comic, and though this is the last page I have thumbnailed so far, it feels like it needs an extra page at the end as kind of follow through. We will see!
To see the entire comic thus far, click on the Grandmother label below the image.
This is possibly the fifth page of my Grandmother comic, but it will probably become page six. I feel like the transition between the last page and this one is a bit rough, and that there is the need for another page and a smoother segue to connect them.
To see all the pages thus far, click on the "Grandmother" label below the image.
Welcome and thank you for reading! This is not a conventional blog, but is serving as a vehicle for the dispersement of my comics to the masses. Recently I signed up with a company that hosts webcomics, but because of technical difficulties, I have been unable to post anything there yet. I therefore decided to take matters into my own hands and, having already started one blog, realized I could begin another to showcase my comics.
About My Comic
My comic, Drawing Breath, is a chronicle of my life - Sort of my journal in comic form. It encompasses daily life with my friends, and my cats, as well as my spiritual growth, philosophical musings, and emotional trials and triumphs.
In the book, The Nature of Personal Reality, by Jane Roberts, the entity Seth speaks of this physical life and reality being a reflection and expression of who we are as spiritual beings -- like breath upon a window. That is what this comic is -- the natural expression of myself as a cartoonist. It is my breath upon the window -- The breath I am drawing.
Thank you again! And I hope you enjoy reading it as much as I enjoy drawing it!
Patrick is a Cartoonist, Shamanic Practitioner, and Bard. He enjoys expanding his intuitive and shamanic skills, and can frequently be found napping with his kitty or watching Robin Hood movies, sometimes simultaneously.