The Unquiet Grave

A Medieval tale of a revenant… and the boy who loves it.

Introducing, in time for Halloween, a Medieval tale of a revenant… and the boy who loves it.

I did a cursory scan-and-crop of my 24 Hour Comic, “The Unquiet Grave,” for your reading pleasure.  This was the first time that I had used watercolours in… I don’t know, it must have been 12 years or something like that.  I had recently purchased a combo pack of coloured pencils, pastels, and watercolours.  I was planning on using the pencils, but ultimately decided against that, as it wouldn’t look very much like the Medieval illuminated manuscripts.  I also stole some of Doc’s watercolours 😀

Speaking of which, Doc’s 24 hour comic is amazing and he’s finished scanning his as well.

We participated in 24 Hour Comic Book Day at Mission: Comics & Art on October 20th 2012, and you can read more about that day’s adventures here.

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24 Hour Comic Book Day!

My 24 hour comic Book in progress. I did “The Unquiet Grave”

Well, the 20th was 24 Hour Comic Book Day, and it was the first one I have ever participated in.  I did it at Mission Comics and Art which did an excellent job hosting the event.  It was also surreal seeing drunk people come in to look at or buy comics at 2 AM.  One woman in a group of people that stumbled by, fresh out of a bar, shouted “Guys! Look at this comic book! No, look at this comic book!” but her friends were not so excited about doing a late-night comic run as she was so they walked on.

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