I finished my zine. It's B&W, xeroxed, 20 60lb pages, 6.5"x8.5" with a 80 lb card stock cover. The drawings were done between Wednesday the 10th of June, through Friday the 26th of June in Oakland, and were xeroxed Friday the 26th of June in San Francisco.
They're $8. You can get them on my webstore or through etsy.
BTW, I started drawing from the cover on. So when I was making my zine the first two pages I finished were page 1 and page 20, and so the last drawing I made is the center spread. It kind of pulls the zine together cause I used two pens, and at first I was just using a thicker pen (pilot v5). Near the end I ran out of stuff to draw, so I just drew stuff as I went, and I started using thinner pen (hi-tec c 0.4). Uh, I know, I know, no one cares.
There probably isn't a page where there isn't either a knife, a stone, a skull, or a cat is on.
The wreath idea comes from a Moomin drawing.
The alphabet is the last thing I drew. I didn't really mean to draw out the whole alphabet, I just drew two letters, but I ran out of stuff to draw so I just kept on drawing letters up the page. I kind of like how they're out of order.
I'm really into Triumphant Arches.
Originally I was going to have a few poems in the zine, but I couldn't find enough that I liked that were short enough to fit. I have this one and another that's put into a small drawing.
Yes, yes. I feel like I've written about this zine a lot, but I've been thinking and working on this for so long that there's so much to say about it. It is kind of weird going through drawings of your thoughts for a whole month, even though I didn't really do much in June.