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Wednesday, January 11, 2012

The Mighty Alice

Et voilá- here's the final mechanical for the next Cul de Sac book! "Mechanical" is a technical printing term that I've never gotten around to learning, but I think it means a pretty final version in this case. This'll be the first time that I didn't do the color on a CdS book. It was colored by Kansas City watercolorist Peggy McKeehan, who's done a lot of work for Andrews & McMeel, and I think she did a fine job. I appreciate her deft touch and dab hand.

8 comments:

Aunt Claudia said...

Did it feel a bit like giving up a bit of yourself to have someone else color it? Can't wait for the new book!

Philip Nel said...

Hooray! A new Cul de Sac book! Looks like 2012 is going to be a good year.

Roger Kaye said...

Looking forward to getting a copy! Thank you for creating another book.

carl craig said...

wow the coulering is really good cant wait to buy it when will it be available

Dan Moynihan said...

Beautiful!

Caty Neis said...

Her name is Peggy McKeehan, and she is here in Kansas City. She has done a lot of watercolor work for us, including some for Lynn Johnston. The book is available 5/8.

richardcthompson said...

Thanks, Caty! I updated the post.

Kid Shay said...

Oh man, can't wait for this. I'm glad to see Alice's ego remains healthy.