In light of the recent riots in Haiti. I thought that this comic I drew a couple of years back would be appropriate. If you find this interesting, you can buy Life of a Blan in Haiti comic book here.
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LEFT: "Señorita Ibñez" RIGHT: Untitled Illustration. My early sketches were usually done in 6B pencil. I kept them in a custom-binded sketchbook. The premade ones just don't cut it. I want a good drawing surface. (Disclaimer, the sketchbook pictured above is not the original sketchbook. I lost this sketchbook. What you're looking at is a scan of my illustration Photoshopped into this photo.)
Every great designer starts from somewhere, usually from illustrating things. Drawing is one of the most fundamental skill of a designer because it goes back to a designer’s innate skill to give thoughts solid, tangible form. In other words, bring ideas to life–the basis of any creative activity.