During my first year in comic school, some years ago, our teacher told us to spend our christmas holidays just drawing hands. 15 days (more or less), just drawing hands, in all the poses we could think about, copying them from photos, from other drawings, from friends and ourself. I think that was one of the hardest homework we ever had and I always thought that humans hands were terrible and ugly. But after that, I realized what a hand can express, just with a pose or an attitude, without any word. (also bonus italian: we use hands a lot when we talk, we are ridiculous).
Now I’m at the point when I draw randoms hands sketches when I want to relax, or I’m at the phone, so yeah, have this random hand sheet I did tonight \(°^°)/ (also coloring test)
Okay, I took this into great consideration and decided I would attempt to make these into shirts. They are better designs from the ones found in a previous joanolo picture I drew. There is no guarantee that I will be able to get this doe since I still need to do some research on how to get several of these made without it costing me a fortune. Also, I would need to know that more than two people would want these.
Ales Kot wrote a poem and Jason Wordie and I illustrated it with another poem and put this together. Our piece was first published in the 2014 Thought Bubble Anthology (published by @imagecomics) and CBR called it deeply strange and brokenly ethereal, which we take as a win.