and if you have no idea what is going on, don’t worry, I don’t either, but you can get caught up on this story at least by starting here.
this story has been kicking around in my head for a long time. and even though it’s not new to me (I did this version years ago, showed it to a couple of friends, and stuck it in a drawer) I’m glad people can see it, even if I would probably do a few things on it differently now.
In the second version of this story, which is the one you’re reading, I decided to drop the narration and go full color, doing all of the artwork in crayons.
Hopefully crayons give the story some accessibility and people, will look at it and say, ‘I can do that.’
Page 5 (of 22) tomorrow.
But if you’ve’ just found us, you should start here.
I’d been noodling with and doodling the character for a long time before sorting out a story.
When I did get a story figured out, the first version I did was in black and white, very Shel Silverstein, and featured narration.
The story you’re reading is the second version. More on that tomorrow.