My own Pandora's Box
sketching on the bus after 3 months of lockdown
With the end of my graphic novel 999 Doors, I've said goodbye to a 9 years long era of my life and there is a new page to write.
I always try a lot of things. Graphic design, pin-ups, watercolor, chinese painting, comic, digital art. It might be a good thing, but overall I feel like it's a way for me to be accepted by showing and hiding parts of me, depending on people I talk to, and it's time for me to be strong and accept who I am whatever people's gonna think.
Everyone's got a Pandora's box, a place where every demons are locked inside. If you open it, all demons are released at once and they tear you down, telling you your darkest secrets, pointing out every mistake you've made and how wrong your choices are.
When I was 20 years old, my Pandora's box was always wide open, keeping me from building anything, leaving me unsecure all the time.
I used my demons' energy to turn my own doubts and confusion into my