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The pencils for Moab are finally finished! I like a lot of things about page 14, particularly the moa action poses. I am not sure that even I am gutsy enough to actually letter the words “Heigh ho, Moab, away!” … Continue reading
I don’t usually post a really large image, particularly of a pretty loose pencil drawing, but I thought this one was interesting. This is more or less my point of view from the drawing board, so you’re looking at this … Continue reading
The scanner is not dead! After being left strictly alone for about 18 hours and allowed to get completely cold, it seems to have reset itself. Disaster averted, at least for now.Here’s page 13– one more left. This one is … Continue reading
Finally, back to work on Moab. The rest of the pencils should be posted tomorrow, but here is page 15 to tide you over. The Professor, or more properly the Mighty Moondog, is at his snarky best here, managing to … Continue reading
If you are a writer, you know what I mean when I say that I have spent hours over the last two weeks agonizing over the two line exchange of dialog that is the reason for the single panel … Continue reading
Thought of this note when I was revising page 12. Parts of “Moab” take place in a hedge maze, right? And some panels in that part of the story have either hedge leaf panel borders or (will have) full dark … Continue reading
I have three of the last four pages started, but of course that means that none of them are finished yet. But here is the revised version of page 12. As you see, I made the changes to the lower … Continue reading
You’ve noticed, I think, a gap between this post and the previous one. If a page of comics never gives me more trouble than this one did, I will be a happy camper. As you see, I ended up using … Continue reading
This is a page where I had to completely revise a large part of the original layout. Go back and take a look at it, and ask yourself just what exactly I was thinking when I reversed the angle in … Continue reading