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Taking Names & Spitting Images
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About Me

I'm Alejandra, and this is where I house my stories. I post journal comics about my life to hone my drawing skills, and some other stuff besides.

I come and go from the internet as it suits me, but it looks like I'm settling into a period of stability so let's bring on the digital art, yip yip

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Raleigh's Hinterland // the sketch pages
This is a WIP sketch comic! Artistically these pages are incomplete; rather my goal is to bring a story to completion quickly while leaving room for the art to change and grow along the way.

This comic tells the story of Raleigh Campbell, a young woman who has retreated to a surreal and mystical realm within her own subconscious during the final throes of death. Due to the nature of her injuries, she can't remember the circumstances that lead to her demise. But the answers just might be found within the Hinterland's surreal landscape.

Last update: Yesterday
Graphic Violence / Gore Frequent Frontal Nudity Frequent Strong Language
Llama Tracks
A collection of vulnerable diary comics; mostly an expression of self-reflection during times of difficulty or deep thought.

Much of the archive covers the beginning and end of a relationship. Recurring themes include alcoholism, isolation, the difficulty of facing one's inner demons, self-comfort, and learning to cope with the outcome of our choices.

Last update: 30th Dec 2020
Frequent Frontal Nudity Frequent Strong Language
Rock On, Rocket Llama

Imagine this: You're walking in the mountains. The air is thin, you're out of shape, and you can barely carry the weight on your back. You're more tired than you've ever been in your life.

Then you come across a trail - just a narrow ribbon of dirt that winds through the meadows as far as the eye can see. And somebody points to it and says, "You see this? This trail stretches all the way from Mexico to Canada. If you hiked on it for twenty miles a day, for six months straight, you could walk across the entire country in a single season. Would you like that?"

What would you say?

This is a story about adventure - courage - struggle. And all the mundane moments that happen in-between.

The Pacific Crest Trail is 2,650 miles long.

Last update: 27th Oct 2016
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