I'd totally pay you for a Wizard Of Oz comic book. If you can make it in say, one day, I believe i can cover your exepenses for one whole day.
Gorgeous. I believe you captured the essence of Kansas in that one comic panel that will never lead to anything else ever.
square toto rules, and i say this as a person who played toto in my third-grade production of the wizard of oz.see the long-abandoned adventures of mr. wigglepants, the square dog i wrote some comics about using one of those cheating sites for non-artists here.
John Allison, you are a special man.
Yow JA,Nice stuff. I wish there was some kind of 'artist to pc' usb-esque interface to aid us in drawring faster - I'd love to see this!
Please sir print at least one more than you will need so that I can purchase it after the show.Fantastic.
I am not a man much taken for the purchase of merchandise, but I would more than happily spend my golds on such a print.
Made of win!Could you do an Oz T-shirt? The books are in the public domain!
Love it! I will def buy one of these if they come back from Leeds.
Hi John. I've noticed you've altered your comicking method once again on SGR and even though I'm widely off topic, I don't really where else I could contact you. I know you've decided with good reason not to make anymore huge "from now on SGR will be all hand drawn with colored pencils" like anouncements but I'm just really curious : how do you make your comic now ? Looks like some regular brushwork on good old physical paper, but I'm known to be wrong and your comic might as well be done using a Nintendo DS and a cracked Mario Paint rom.
Cédric, you can email me, firstname.lastname@example.org (you will get a spamarrest email to confirm if you've not emailed me before). I am happy to answer questions about technique.I've been drawing the comic in Manga Studio Debut 3 all year.
I like the colouring on this one a mite-bit-better then yer last, good sir.
John, this is absolutely gorgeous! The colours are perfect.
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