Draft pages, illustrated story

I’ve been working on a story for some time now and have been trying out a few formats and styles. The first version was wordless, and seeing as that didn’t work out so well, I’m trying my hand at including words.  Here are a few draft pages, hopefully they aren’t too difficult to make out… I have a fraught relationship with my scanner as will no doubt become evident.  Some of you may recognize the character from previous illustrated posts on Camus quotes. 🙂

HM1 mod smallHM2 mod smallHM3 mod smallOther similar posts:

https://simonandfinn.com/2014/09/15/invincible-summer-camus/

https://simonandfinn.com/2014/08/28/camus-hold-them-at-a-distance/

 

 

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2 thoughts on “Draft pages, illustrated story

  1. Thank you for sharing! I am rather enjoying the hint of colour in your faint shading. I took the opportunity to look up the significance of Godot – and find once again your very clever twist of language and concept, as well as illustration. Waiting by leafless tress for buses that never come…many a transit passenger can relate, no doubt, as can the passengers of life… I shall look forward to seeing more of the story in due time!

    • Thanks for taking a look and for your nice feedback! I’m glad you were able to see the Godot reference, it looked quite faint on my end. I always mutter dang Godot under my breath waiting for the timeless TTC… 🙂

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