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This project has experienced its share of snags, but it is back on the front burner. There are several more pages of pencils started, but here are the two that are finished. First, we have the cover, which is a … Continue reading
Go down to The Woods at night. Down by the creek, without even a flashlight, you may see something … mysterious. And maybe it will change your whole life. Even if it doesn’t, it makes a rather sweet but slightly … Continue reading
Here’s a page that raises more questions than it answers, not a good trait in the last page of a story. My original story concept had the moose being left alone in the courtyard, then transforming. But once again, Gideon … Continue reading
Scroll down and check how closely this penciled page corresponds to the scribble layout. Some, I guess, but nothing faithful. The big change is in the lower tier, where it’s has clearly become a succession from closeup, to “normal” distance, … Continue reading
The last three pages of this story are evolving rapidly. It’s the nature of this particular little beast to switch back and forth between wordy pages and silent ones (or between Iowa and Suki?), and in this mime page I … Continue reading
Not much to say about this page except it was really really hard to draw. I think I may have succeeded in capturing the feeling of a lot of people and boxes in a conventional six door, which is not … Continue reading
Back from our little weather-related break (I shut down the ancient desktop during thunderstorms) with page 8. I had to go deep into photo references to get the proportions of people to car close to right. It was very poor … Continue reading
What a lot of words on this page! And careful readers will notice that I cut a whole long sentence out of Iowa’s speech in the last panel. The script is too long for the comic, or I should have … Continue reading
I platooned pages 6 and 7 for no particular reason, then had some problems with the ancient scanner (ancient scanner is ancient), so here are the last two pages for today in quick succession. Note the parallels between the top … Continue reading