Special thanks to CJ Redwine (https://twitter.com/cjredwine) for allowing me to use her true story for today’s gag.
Every morning with breakfast I read a few pages from The Complete Cartoons of The New Yorker. It inspired me to try out something new with my cartoon and do watercolor washes for the shading instead of digital. Um, I love it. It takes about the same amount of time when it’s all said and done and it’s excellent practice for my traditional media skillz.
I didn’t mean to leave it unattended, but I guess it was a pretty effective way of guaranteeing he doesn’t do it again. Mother of the Year right here.
Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs describes those things most necessary for survival, with the most essential at the bottom and ascending from there.