»Samurai’s Visual Journal«, a webcomic I began when my son was born, is an exercise in seeing the world from his perspective. But also in seeing myself as a mother from a more detached angle, where I am impartial and free from personal anxiety. The stories are scenes that happen in everyday life, which are sometimes freely, and other times very faithfully reinterpreted. Some have been sketched on the go, others have taken days of work.
Because every moment of this shared life is unique and because I did not want to form a consistent shape for a character representing a young person who is constantly changing, the drawing styles differ significantly from one story to the other. The first printed issue was released in 2017 and you can order it directly from the blog.