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...

5 comments:

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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