page 20 of the story about a guy with no head is up
not only is page 19 of the story about a guy with no head up but i also posted a new ‘steps’ strip read the story about a guy with no head from the beginning read ‘steps’ from the beginning
you can read it here if you’re still reading or if you haven’t started reading yet you might start here
page 17 is up please go read it read it? see it, i guess there’s no words on these pages, so i don’t know if it’s still reading no, wait i do know. it is reading you can read a river and there’s no words on a river so it’s definitely reading go read page 17 or start from page 1 up to you (but it is reading)
page 16 is here we’re nearing the end of our tale start the story here
page 15 is up start from the beginning
page 14 is up our characters meet not really face to face but you know neck to balloon or something start here if you don’t know what i’m talking about heck, i don’t even know what i’m talking about
page 13 is up start from the beginning of the story here
the story continues, as does balloon’s journey, with page 12 if you have just stumbled upon this story, you can pick up from the beginning here in other news, there’s not much news: i’m reading space opera, in hardcover, and i just finished the westing game on the kindle. as soon as i finished i read that the author, ellen raskin, did quite a bit of work designing the book visually; not just the cover, but even how the text would appear on the page. so if you’re going to read it, find an analog copy.
Hi gang, just wanted to let you know that page 11 is up we’re halfway there! hope you’re digging this odd little tale about a man with no head and a balloon and if you havent had the chance to start it yet, you can do so here
page 8 is up in which balloon takes in the surroundings start here to read the story so far
page 7 is up where we have left our man with no head and we meet: balloon start here to read from the beginning
page 5 (of 22) is now up. start here if you’re just getting 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.
Page 4 is up. Or, start from the beginnning. 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.
coming atcha in crayon today