I used to drawing one image a day. When I went out for my coffee in the afternoon after a morning painting and lunch. This Routine changed after all the coffee shops close. These images were of women killing men Misandry is the hatred of or prejudice against men. It is a tradition among some female painters like Artemisia Gentileschi ‘Salome with the Head of Saint John the Baptist, c. 1610–1615, Budapest’.
My interests were not quite as noble, being some great feminist. I found the subject interesting and the idea of making it in to a serial comic. Using the same characters in each scene. It was something that I had not done before and found the idea very appealing. Trying to always be original and not repeating. It was restful, all I had to do was imagine a scene and the characters would play their part in it.