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Thursday, November 10, 2011

Old Cul de Sac

I'm sure I've posted this before, but I couldn't find it and, as I'd just scanned it again (I couldn't find the previous scans either), here it is. I did it in May 2006, and I remember how much fun it was to work on. The drawing is fairly simple and the color, for several panels at least, is loose and wild and something of a special effect. And the gag is good. I hope you agree, because in two or three months I'm going to post it again.

7 comments:

Brian Moore said...

I bet Petey's nose started bleeding as soon as the "THX Sound" thing came on screen.

The Deep End said...

I love this one!

Mike said...

Great stuff. It was one thing when the Hollywood process would transmogrify a novel into something it wasn't, but when they make picture books into films, I can't believe anyone is honestly trying to recapture the original.

Carla Veldman said...

I love this so much.

paul bowman said...

No complaints here! The watercolor Cul de Sacs never get old.

Rebo said...

beautiful

bishopdm said...

One of my all-time favorites!