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Finally here!

The first four pages are up! Happy Birthday Sam 69 Buttons (by a few hours PST, I can’t stay up until 12:01)!

I haven’t figure out the frequency of posting right now. If only I could work 7/24 because I have it mostly worked out on my head. Oh the drama! angst!

Begin Reading


Start Here – Chapter One / Page One

 

Begin Reading - Clasped lovers hands

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“Whatever it is you’re seeking won’t come in the form you’re expecting.” — Haruki Murakami.
“A true friend is the one who holds your hand and touches your heart” ― Gabriel Garcí­a Márquez

To Whom It May Concern – The Civil Wars


Chapters

Part One Part Two Part Three

Chapter One – Disowned
Chapter Two – Queenies
Chapter Three – The Governor
Chapter Break
Chapter Four – Diner Gossip
Chapter Break
Chapter Five – Mr. Jones
Chapter Six – First Day
Chapter Seven – The Corner Hole
Chapter Eight – The Argument
Chapter Nine – Looming
Chapter Ten – You Love Love Love
Chapter Eleven – The Promise

Chapter Twelve – Rumors, Truths & Lies
Chapter Thirteen – That Day
Chapter Fourteen – Mr. Singer
Chapter Fifteen – Apart

Chapter Sixteen – Gabriel García Márquez
Chapter Seventeen – The Decision
Chapter Eighteen – Jake’s Payback
Chapter Nineteen – Uncle Felipe
Chapter Twenty – Father & Son

Chapter Twenty-one – Back
Chapter Twenty-two – First Contact
Chapter Twenty-three – Scott & Hudson
Chapter Twenty-four – Unlike William Tell
Chapter Twenty-five – The Corner Hole Part Deux
Chapter Twenty-six – Carlos
Chapter Twenty-seven – Tabula Rasa
Chapter Twenty-eight – Promise
Chapter Twenty-nine – Good Morning
Chapter Thirty – A Normal Day
Chapter Thirty-one – Say It Out Loud


 

Creating the Comic

I’ve been practicing drawing the characters in realistic and “comic” form in order to be able to get their features consistent and quickly.

I have sizes and shapes and muscular structure all in my head, but I know it is best to get organized and draw character bio pages. So much to do!

 

I’ve got a story sketched out in my mind thanks to some brainstorming from a very interested party. I have the first page drawn up (won’t post until April) and have new respect for anyone that attempts to draw a comic. One page takes so long and is just skimmed over by the reader! And I consider myself a fairly fast “artist”.

HUG A COMIC ARTIST/WRITER TODAY.