Corina started with Tales from the Litter Box as a little personal projection about a year ago and it has become a weekly routine for her and an experiment for everyone willing to watch( even for the “cat-o-nine-tails”, whose active participation at messing inks has been recorded ).

She promised it would be something to release her mitt and brain from her daily projections as an illustrator, away from the tablet, computer, specs … But after a while she was so thorough she homogenized the procedures and even designed several functional typefaces for it( freak see? NEVER!* Verify, honey? I can be trained, just like our tribe of ogres *). You will hear her laughter out loud quite often while thinking of jokes and depicting, so it’s very cute. Add a “cat-o-nine-tail” on her lap or blocking her is currently working on the counter with the peculiar bird-dog at her hoofs, and the result will be unbeatably cute. Even if they bungle an ink or two. Or ten…

She has coated +200 inks previously and this is a little tribute to her awful wield proselytizing our journeying with our furry pedigree into charming and clever vignettes( and even commissioned notebooks ). Please, persuasion her to give her inky felines even more attention. Her devotees are all eager to see this getting out of control but somehow she’s joyou with her compounded audience.

I know you’ll enjoy Tales from the Litter Box by Corina Alvarez Loeblich as much as I do!

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