The bookwyrm. I think he lives in the pocket that library tickets go in? This one clearly needs a better glue.
Marker, ink, punched paper (the spikey branches) and photographs of bottles printed out on overhead projector paper.
Tried to give it a vaguely egyptian style, to compare with the more Mayan / Aztec influence I gave the other folk. Drawn in pencil on normal drawing paper, scanned and adjusted digitally to emphasize the linework, then printed on papyrus paper (a batch of which I had printed up a while ago) and coloured in markers. I would have drawn directly onto the papyrus paper, except it was really hard to see any pencil work on.
(Crossposted from my "Storybook" journal)
Monday 27 December 2010
Friday 10 December 2010
OK I'll tidy this up in a minute... XD
At long last, I've POSTED the first 50,000 words of "Toccata and Fugue"! I got them written back before the ahem, "interesting" trip to Munich, but hadn't actively posted all of them. I have a couple of thousand still in reserve, so... we'll see how long before I get it finished! (Getting snowed in in Germany seems to have temporarily killed my creative drive, but never mind. It'll pick back up. *crosses fingers*)
Toccata and Fugue at Livejournal
Links to the chapters, in tidy little clumps: Part 1! | Part 2! | Part 3!
I hope to have some more Adverse Camber finished at some point, too, but before that, I really HAVE to get my Xmas cards finished. I already know I'm going to miss the last post for sending things abroad (...as it's this friday, and I still haven't finished the cards. Heh. ¬_¬), but I'd like to at least have the cards in my possession before Christmas!