Appreciate ‘em while you still got ‘em, folks. Parents, grandparents, whoever’s there in your family, whenever time allows you the chance, give them a call or go out and see them. Listen to their stories before you create one of your own, for you may just learn something along the way. Hell, no-one has ever written a completely original story before, especially with 105 billion people who have lived before you in all of human history.
That’s basically the message I got from this pencilled-in drawing, and I feel like it works in its own way. If I’m not mistaken, Gravity Falls seems like a very simple town on the surface, just a quiet place for young and old to get together and live in contentment. It doesn’t have to be complex at all for it to work, and that’s what I believe this drawing set out to be.
I could imagine a scene like this as the “Gramps” might get some soup and the kiddies chow down on French fries, and you know what? That would be good enough for me. Besides that, the characters and setting turned out fine as well. Just keep it up, I reckon.