by Laura Terry

 

Here’s todays sketchbook entry. I am one of this intestinally challenged people who goes to restaurants and orders a omelet with veggies, but NO, I don’t want any cheese. NO, ABSOLUTELY NO TOAST, because that will make me SUPER sick. And can I substitute that side with a salad, no bacon and hold the dressing? My poor waitress.

Anyway, I try really hard to stick to my very complicated diet. But sometimes, I indulge . . . ¬†And then suffer for it. Will I ever learn? I don’t know, but if I do, I’ll be sure to draw about it in my sketchbook.

The last few years I’ve gotten really into binding my own sketchbooks. I never thought I’d really get into it, but there’s something about making it yourself, and really I suppose I don’t own anything more intimate because in one way or another it all (neuroses, endless drawings of skeletons, and all those tiny naked fat people I draw everywhere) ends up here. It’s a net to catch the good ideas, and also the hair left in the drain. And I want to make them all feel special.

by Laura Terry

Here’s my latest masterpiece. I like to call it the vegan post-goth wet dream. (Notice the fake leather and Italian lions!)

by Laura Terry

Anyway, it’s a nice home for a the graveyard drawings I’m doing lately. And, I think one of my neatest jobs yet!

 

by Laura Terry