John Brosio is a California artist brought up in the era of Star Wars. He began drawing early in life and his ambition was to, “make my way into working for George Lucas in Northern CA” (via artist bio) His work is full of tornadoes and quirky references (brides gone bad comes up a few times). He also had the wonderful to luck have Wayne Thiebaud as a teacher at art school. Prints of John Brosio’s work are available on his website.
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I got introspective one day and sketched out a 6 panel comic. It sat in a folder for a few days before I expanded it to 10. Then it sat for a week. After which, I moved on. The expiration date had passed, and the comic joined the rest of the half-drawn files in the very same folder.
I still don’t like it anymore, but I’ll take the victories where I can.
to make a judicial decision; to decide; to determine; judgement.
Etymology: Latin dijudicatus, past participle of dijudicare (to decide), from di- (from dis- - apart) + judicare (to judge).