Some thoughts, trivia and WIP shots from a year of traditional work and revisiting old events in the story.
September 22nd, 2015
I finally finished a chapter, that took me the longest, and was the hardest to write and finish.
Often days, I dragged myself to the desk or drew one panel a day.
Obvious from the other illustrations and short comics I posted, I wasn’t in a slump or felt bored. It was just the shoes I had to put myself in to tell a story right from the heart, so it would reach.
I came face to face with what grey meant, I guess.
Intense as the chapter is, I think this one will need to be released all at once rather than in pages.
I’ll have think about it more later
Silly boys trying to fly a kite.
For a kid who is afraid of rejection, maybe you should rethink the way you approach people. A smile could be nice. A small hello maybe. And a change in wardrobe might help too.
Writing notes for #Greyis Ch33: It’s many things you had wanted to know, to find out you wish you didn’t learn.
That was a tricky expression to draw on a kid.
Music: Portugal by Mogwai
5 years apart, 5 chapters apart, same hallway, same young boy…