illustrated moment

making sense with words and pictures


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My skills may be cheesy but my message is important!

Hello wonderful people!

I thought I’d share my new video with you all – yes, it’s still as cheesy as the first few.

Unfortunately, my extremely limited animation skills only help me get so far, but I do really enjoy making them!

This video is on the topic of baby bluespostnatal depression and psychosis, which are all difficult challenges new mothers and their families can face following pregnancy. It may not be the most attractive or optimistic thing to consider as parents-to-be or parents-in-training, but it is crucial to be aware of all the realities of pregnancy and the tremendous changes it can cause, both physically and mentally.

I hope you all enjoy it and share it with anyone who you feel may benefit from a little pep talk!

 

 

Have a fantastic day!

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Serious business meeting

im self port

I drew a self portrait. It’s a special occasion! I knew that badly drawn stick people would not do this post justice – it’s kind of a serious post.

First order of business: I apologise to my wonderful subscribers for the unintentionally long hiatus. I have been working on some things which seem to take up most of my time these days.

Second order of business: a warm hello to the newcomers! You have come at a very exciting time indeed! It’s lovely to have you all on board.

Third order of business: I am here to reveal some more projects! Excitement for the nation! I have been working on a series of animated videos which will be on YouTube and WordPress very shortly. It has been lovingly made and my aim is to create an open source medical school, where you, the viewers will be uber-encouraged to email in with your suggestions for future topics to be covered. I have been working on videos about different conditions, hoping to kick start a community of well-informed, health-cherishing humans. There’s only a short while left before we go live, and when we do, you will be the first one to know. I’m really excited for this project, not only because it brings together my love of animating and sitting at home with a cup of tea in hand, but I’m also hoping for it to flourish and have become a source of charitable funding, particularly for kids with chronic medical issues who have to spend a lot of time in hospital. It has been great working on it so far, but its true success depends on your support. Keep your eyes peeled for the big reveal soon!

Thank you for putting up with illustrated moment as it grows and develops – remember that you can always get in touch by leaving a comment below or for a more personal moment why don’t you drop me an email at illustratedmoment@gmail.com!

Have a lovely day, you beautiful person!