Pages 8 and 9

7 Oct

Here is a couple more pages, if you’d like to start from the beginning then go here –
Pages 1-4
Pages 5-7

Pages 10-13

Dark settings actually require a LOT more thought … must say I’d never drawn as much darkness before and learnt a lot from the process of doing this series of pages … a few more to come in this sequence, I’ll put it up in a few weeks. Feel free to comment on the blog, I note that Tom Singer himself wrote on the previous pages, for those who don’t know – he’s the bloke who’s actually mentioned in this comic – he’s the one with the psychological language who edited the book that Craig originally wrote this piece for.

For more Comica-Australiana that’s worth reading I TOTALLY recommend you read Pat Grant’s Blue.

I also just finished plowing through Mandy Ord’s beautiful collection – Sensitive Creatures which was really really really nice to read.

3 Responses to “Pages 8 and 9”

  1. katherinewoman May 17, 2012 at 2:50 pm #

    This would be one of the most tragic and haunting ideas I’ve seen in a long time. The idea of being ‘restored’ in these circumstances….. the image/s so erudite….

    • joshuasantospirito May 17, 2012 at 10:15 pm #

      Thanks for that comment, I thought it was haunting too, funny in the most tragic manner possible …

      • katherinewoman May 23, 2012 at 10:47 am #

        Yep, funny in a similar way camp dogs were introduced as ‘hells angels’ (when I had my first shock encounter) because of their leather jackets!

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