Different people have different ways of dealing with damage. For example, an artist who goes online with the title of Toofani Gul tries to compete by creating a comics. His untitled series is crushed but not yet a completely defeated skeleton, and his daily struggles are significant.
Stormy Gail launched it in 2018. My mother was hospitalized with stage 4 cancer, she was in a coma for two months and unable to bring her art delivery to the ICU, I started working digitally on one member. Stormy Gail doesn’t have an art school education, but he grew up in a family of artists and, with the help of his loved ones, made his dream of becoming a painter a reality.
[My series] really doesn’t have a set name yet, mostly because I started this comic for my medical treatment and grief travel journal. I refer to it as my sad skeleton comedians who ask what I do for a living.
The artist said that when he started posting these strips, he had no idea that his work would reach so many people that it is necessary to feel it. I just want you all to know that I have dignity and that you have changed my life.” “You’ll be back, you’ll be amazing.
Depression drains people’s energy, hope and drive, and makes it difficult to move towards self-help. The things that help the most are the things that are often the hardest to do. Storm Gail handles these situations without any glamor, exposing the terrifying power of mental illness. However, it is important to talk about these things. Support groups can go a long way in reducing your sense of loneliness, and it seems like Sid Skeleton has successfully created one.