Tuesday, January 26, 2010

Carving out a niche - the sequel

Three posts in one month? Must be a fever.

A quick one, if I may, before I go home after a long day at work. As you've probably guessed from the title, this is a follow-up from the last post regarding Jen's fancy sculpture of our collaborative graphic novel's main character, Angel. The finished article is nearly here, and it's pretty damn good.

And here's a small shot of it painted (with another unfinished yet still superb sculpture made by Jen - she doesn't sleep, I swear).

Oh, if you're wondering what's going on with the graphic novel itself, well, there should be something tasty coming up in a month or so. I've seen the latest pages and they're... well, beautiful. Full of blood and suffering, but, you know, you knew that anyway...


Anonymous said...

She must be like you then if she doesn't sleep!Very impressive!
Therine x

Writing Gaijin said...

Well, we both do create for... (wait for it, wait for it...) Insomnia! *bad-dum-tish*

Thank ye, thank ye, I'm here all week! ;) xx

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