Just finished a mammoth writing task for a friend, which will hopefully see publication for the November Comics Expo. It’s the most non-fiction prose I’ve written for one destination since the thesis for my Masters Degree!
Five and a half thousand words. And a photo. And two drawings. And a phone call.
(Scott McCloud very kindly helped me pin down an anecdote he told at the Eisner awards this year.)
I finally got to play with the Wacom tablet I picked up in LA - I used it for the two illustrations. It was funky and I’m looking forward to our next opportunity to work together.
Off to Poland tomorrow for a few days. Chat to you next week.
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