Kriota Willberg, author of DRAW STRONGER, is back with another health tip for ailing cartoonists!
Georgia Webber’s graphic novel, Dumb, tells the story of how she copes with the everyday challenges that come with voicelessness. Webber’s book deftly demonstrates the use of graphic medicine (comics about health and the body) as a medium to communicate the physical, emotional, and financial experiences that accompany a health crisis. Why is this important to […]
Part 1 of …Knobs, Balls, and Rollers was an introduction to the wonderful world of “rolling out”– a way to help you massage the aches that come with art and other physical work. Part 2 reviewed some techniques and general guidelines to get you started. This week’s third part to the guide is primarily a poster about […]
In Part 1 of Your Guide to Knobs, Balls, and Rollers, I introduced you to the wonderful world of “rolling out” – what it is, what it does, equipment, and more! Now we will get into technique! As a reminder, in Part 1 I said, “If you have a connective tissue disorder, diabetic neuropathy, musculoskeletal injury, moderate […]
“Feeling like you have a grip is feeling like you have the means to be flexible and figure our new things.”