We're working on updating the outstanding backlogged posts, but my statistician informs me this is my 800th post published. And it only took 5 years! This is my first post using the new blogspot interface, too. A bit jarring, but so far it's better than the atrocious revamp they did last time.
Anyway, here's a recent selection of art I did for a lesson on expressions and how you're feeling. So with that, let's get emo, shall we?
This one was fun because I love drawing people crying. The jKids got a good laugh on this one, which was great. The pattern in the back is a riff on the Japanese symbological graphic for despair--that snaily shape.
This was one of the two I drew on the day-of. I lugged my gigantic laptop and my trusty tablet to school and jammed this one out as well as one we'll see in this post's sequel. I knew I was facing 2 hours of sleep, so I knew I wanted to draw this one the morning of the presentation. I was slightly worried they might guess his emotion was "Drugged-Out-of-His-Skull," but fortunately they guessed "Sleepy."