It must be that time of year again; I'm preparing another book. WIP grids and process pictures!
As a reminder that I didn't always make weirdo abstract comics, here is a gallery of pages I made back in 2007 when I was attached to Henrik Rehr's graphic novel Terrorist.
My initial panel on the left, Erik Petri’s valiant attempt at interpreting and continuing mine 🙂
I’m off to the post office in an hour or so. Place your orders now if you want international shipments arriving around this time next week 🙂
(Next batch goes out Thursday if you’re not in a hurry)
[caption id="attachment_3432" align="alignleft" width="242"] When the last story is told; 68 full colour pages at 20x26cm (8x10 1/4"). Cloth bound, foil stamped hardcover with vertical title band.[/caption] When the last story is told, its absence rings with colour: Shapes & structure linger— Like the clap of thunder when the air rushes to fill the vacuum…
Sent copies off to the US, Great Britain, and Brazil. Once there are copies on every continent the kill order goes out.
Plastic OH sheet used for monotyping the previously posted greeting cards. The acrylic will soak the coloured paper and tear off part of the surface when the plastic is removed, hence the paper fragments. I’ll just let this sit around my workspace for a few days before I decide whether I’ll wash it for reuse.
Preparing some artwork for friends who ordered When the last story is told.
8.5cm square; coloured paper, printer’s ink and white acrylic.
This is much different than the others, because there are other components covered by the paint. Same as all my whiteouts; they're all different, all the same.