I have an endpoint in mind for this part of the comic, but I haven't figured out exactly how we get there. There's a lot of plausible ways to do it...which would be the most natural/narratively satisfying?
Anyway, this is a sketch that may or may not have anything to do with anything.
Part of a speedpaint I did yesterday while waiting for the snow to stop. Think I'll clean it up some and put it up for patrons for V Day...
I pretty much had "Are You Sure" by David Lynch (yes that one) on repeat while working on this. I get periodically stuck on that song.
Hullo fediverse! I'm Adrien. I've been doing a weekly webcomic called White Noise since 2011. If you like stories about queer characters, monsters, found families, overcoming trauma, and queer monsters finding families while overcoming trauma, you'll probably like it! It's also got a prose component for screen readers (and for an extra perspective, I suppose?)
(Some sort-of body horror and discussion of depersonalization below)
I'm Adrien! I do a webcomic about queer monsters called White Noise. It updates every Sunday at white-noise-comic.com!
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