For your benefit to compare and contrast. Like, no like?
I dig black and white usually, but this came out pretty sharp.
Tuesday, January 29, 2008
Tuesday, January 22, 2008
Monday, January 21, 2008
Perhaps Humble has a little bundle of joy on the way. Not so much, a child, but a fragment of his soul, shaped fo clay and ash, incubated in manure, peat, and mandrake. Shadowy and fast, the Filcher watches his back, and keeps an eye out for loose treasures.
Friday, January 18, 2008
Okay, I seem to have lost you, so here are three more pages of Trickster. I like these pages, but htey are incomplete. I'm gonna be adding stars to the skies in post production where needed. Otherwise, I hope you dig 'em. My diurnal comrades in my office get a kick out of them.
Wednesday, January 9, 2008
Friday, January 4, 2008
I was thinking, I love putting these out there for folks to see; but maybe I shouldn't post all of the pages. Seeing as how the book has yet to be finished much less, published...Well, a couple more won't hurt. In this scene the night creatures make thier case to the Great Mystery.
Wednesday, January 2, 2008
This is a test page for a project I'm working on with a fellow Postcard's contributor, Matt Dembiki. Caddo nation story teller, Dayton Edmonds spun this yarn, and I have the duty to adapt it to sequential form. So here is a test for page one. Basically the nocturnal animals are gathering to council with the Great Mystery about thier lives. Lemmie hear it if you've got critique. I can see already I need to make the deer bigger...hmmm...