hey, i’m Roxanne Adupe.
freelance artist and occasional writer
I am the artist behind June Sketches. I create character designs mostly but am branching out designing logos and event invites as well creating my own standalone stories. Instagram is my main social media platform and can be found lurking around there.
My current passion projects consist of a webcomic in the works and a New Adult Genre novel in the process of editing.
You can get to know me more in my ‘about‘
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I’m accepting new clients through the rest of the year. Please drop me a line and we’ll get started with your next project!
I often post works in progress and finished pieces on Instagram on a regular basis.
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This spot is reserved for a new endeavor I am working on.
the bird song
The Bird Song is a comic I am currently working on. Its protagonist is a new adult struggling to get into school, keeping a job, and not dying in the realm of the gods.
A short update about my current project. Just reminding you guys, I’m still alive and working. lol
Often, I wonder if my imagination is vast enough but then when I look at my creative bank account, it is filled with millions of dreams- adventures and characters only my sleeping self could create. I expected a lot going into October with the art challenge, Inktober but I didn’t expect the millions of dreams…
I return to this age all the time but I can’t help wonder why I have this vague feeling that my childhood was nothing but unpleasant.
Hey dearies, pardon my eraser shavings (again). quick update- check out this new post I made on Patreon. accessible to all. I will not be posting on my website until I have caught up with Inktober stuff (ie video clips and audio for my time-lapses.) link: https://www.patreon.com/junesketches/posts also check out my instagram feed for the…
listening to Georgiana.
“A flower lives a fragile life, poison it and it will die. I was a white rose.”
Georgiana Mendoza is tired of lying about everything wrong with her life. For once, she’d like to say, “I’m not okay,” but she’s not sure if it’s okay to admit how horribly awry her life has turned out. So, she runs to the only Father to ever listen to her. In a foreign land where she knows no one and no one knows her, she hopes to tell the truth, to cry, to shout, and to finally breathe.
This is a story about depression and anxieties. It’s about love. It’s about being hurt, hurting others and seeking forgiveness. It’s not religious and it’s not not religious.