The Truly Jewish Parent

This comic was long in the making.  I first thought of it, or something like it, while taking Rabbi Lisa Rubin's six-month-long Exploring Judaism class at New York's Central Synagogue.  It's an overview of a few thousand years of religion and history, and I guess it stirred my creative pot.  The class is softly aimed at people looking to convert to Reform Judaism, but as far as I'm concerned it's a history lesson that'd be approachable to anyone interested in Judaism, for whatever reason.

This entire comic—lines to colors to lettering—was finger-painted on an iPad Mini2 using Adobe Draw.  The reason for using this technique was simple:  I don't know what I'm doing.  So this sort of broke my hand and now I'm investigating more normal techniques for creating comics and illustrating digitally.

The point of which escapes me.  I hope you enjoy the comic.