On the bright side, that's going very well. Now that I have a system for each page it's going at a steady clip. I think this has been my favorite part so far. I just got to color two pages that take place at a coral reef and it was so damn fun. Which is VERY nice, because fun and IP haven't gone hand in hand in quite some time.
I'm still working on publishing, printing, and the exhibit, but there isn't much new to report as of yet. Camilla and John gave me some great advice on how to make it happen, so cross your fingers that it will all turn out.
My pal Theo made me a shelf for my studio (pictured above). I don't have a lot of storage space, and I needed to free up some room to stash my pages, and homeboy hooked me up with something quite nice. It's now the place where I stash my coffee supply and all my comic reference books which include
- Some Krazy Kat anthologies
- Tale of Sand by Jim Henson (it's the libraries but I love it so much that I've been renewing it for the entire year)
- All the comic handbooks that I got in my mystery package
- Graphic Narrative Volume 2 by Ivan Brunetti
- Locke & Key Volume 5 (from the mystery package) and Volume 6 (which I bought because the series is AMAZING)