I’m still working to get on a regular comics-drawing schedule after the end of summer school and general business, but for now here are some drawings. One is another portrait for a student who wants to raise and own horses, and the others are a whole bunch of doodles from the pages of my staff handbook for a training I went to at Caldera, an amazing summer arts program where I will be teaching comics in July. Although my elementary school teachers had their doubts about this, doodling always helps me listen better. You may notice some previously-explored themes in my work, such as talking peanuts, monsters, and monsters’ butts.
I drew the bears and rabbits during the “Emergency and Accident Procedures” portion of the training, where we covered the proper methods for dealing with bears (as you can see in my notes, I learned that black bears can be scared away, while that will only piss off the brown ones). They should be reappearing in a comic in the near future.