A new scene! And a beautiful waterfall which I actually made from AI-generated backgrounds. Now I’ll need to draw it on every panel from now on hahah This is how you force yourself to practice xD
It’s actually hard to type because I played Beat Saber too much, so I’ll be brief. Finished two books this week: The Frugal Wizard’s Handbook for Surviving Medieval England (by Brandon Sanderson) and The Art of Prophecy (by Wesley Chu). I didn’t like the Handbook too much. It was okay but nothing memorable, which is a bit disappointing for Sanderson – usually the worldbuilding is exquisite in his stories, but here it’s just the medieval England, Nordic gods and some fairies. All sprinkled with interdimensional travel. If you watched the Loki TV series then it’s a similar vibe just less fun. The Art of Prophecy is definitely the first book in a long series and it shows, but it also has some great characters and a lot of interesting worldbuilding. The beginning is pretty strong, hooks you right in. I can recommend this one if you’re looking for something fresh (because this is Chinese-fantasy-inspired).
On my side, I started another writing workshop, so there’s 10 weeks of hard work ahead of me. I’m already tired haha but because of work and the layoffs atmosphere on the market. Well, I’m not going to complain. Those who went through the same know how it feels.
The drawing with Sofia which I promised is still not done!!! I didn’t get any time to work on it this week. We had a trip over the weekend for my fiance’s birthday so I didn’t get to draw. Hopefully next week ; _ ;