Sadly some friends of ours have recently moved back to the UK, so I did them this cartoon as a goodbye present. We had some friends visiting a few weeks ago with their sons and the kids all held hands as we did a super fast tour of Brussels whilst the sun was out.
We still only really have videos of my daughter saying 'Look!!' or 'Want to see it!' and it terrifies me how bad I have become at picturing things in my minds eye. I feel like it's something ten years ago I could do really well, and feel like whoever I was thinking about was in … Continue reading Cartoons from when she was little
I made a book of my cartoons! With the help of my cartoon teacher at Joli Bois community centre, who very kindly showed me how to edit the scanned images using Clip Studio Paint software (and did some editing himself) and printed out 4 colour versions of 'The Plum'. During one of the classes he … Continue reading Cartoon book
I've recently been through all my old 'Diary of Housewife' cartoons and re-scanned and edited them so they look better on screen. You can see them all in my cartoon gallery here. I've also been drawing a few more cartoons for the same series based on my experiences of my second pregnancy....
We had a fun but exhausting weekend in De Heen with a group of friends and all our children in March 2019. I would recommend the Air BnB we stayed in (Sluiswachterswoning + appartement) but note that it is on a tiny island only accessible by a pedestrian bridge that is only lowered for a … Continue reading De Heen trip
I am an eating machine at the moment.
Using technology to cancel out other technology never quite works..
After my long blog post about how necessary it is for those of us in the top 20% of incomes who create 70% of C02 emissions to change our lifestyles I've been working on this image: Sometimes I think the link is lost between the fact that individual actions to reduce climate change (like eating less … Continue reading Individual to collective action