Sunday, March 20, 2011
etched forever as a moment
Another one of those things that I would really like to do is to write and illustrate (mainly illustrate!) a graphic novel. I have had this idea for a storyline, which I've been playing around with , in my head, for some time now. Just another thing to add to the list.
Posted by andrea joseph's sketchblog at 12:43 AM
Labels: black, France, illo, illustration, ink, moleskine, my Moleskines, new Moley, Paris
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How -- how do you do this ??? Amazing..
I would definitely buy your novel!!
I would buy a copy also - I love your work.
this is a fabulous idea! Your illustrations really speak to me, they're so playful but also filled with loads of information and emotions.
Way to go, awesome :-)
Franziska San Pedro
The Abstract Impressionist Artress
Wow, wow, wow! I love it!
i think you'd get A LOT of takers if you did publish a graphic novel!! me, for one :)
I'll say just like JSturr...
How!!! How do you do this???
Your work is incredible and so perfect!
I would also buy your graphic novel - I think it's a great idea. And I LOVE your Eiffel Tower.
I would buy your graphic novel as well! Your work has inspired me for quite some time...you go girl!
Ooh boy, do I know what it's like to have ideas sitting around (or swarming around) in one's head! Drives me nutso! Gorgeous drawing, btw!
Gorgeous Andrea!!!! Absolutely breathtaking!
i'm a big fan of sequential art and since the moment i first saw your blog i've wondered what a graphic novel from you would be like. my thoughts? it would be amazing, thrilling to look at and study, challenging to see how your craft pushes the form. please don't let this be a "one of these days" thing. get on kickstarter.com, fund a printing and tell your story. to use a very american idiom, you'd knock it out of the park!
I love this sketch of the Eiffel Tower. - Julie
Thank you, so much, folks.
I am happy with this one, except the pen. I messed up there, it's awful. And thanks for the support for a graphic novel. I'm kind of getting obsessed with the idea. More drawings up soon.
Cheers, my dears.
Amazing. I can well believe it took 50 hours, everywhere I look I see another detail!
Wow, this is about my favorite drawing ever! Paris, fountain pen, black and white...could you ask for anything more?
Aren't graphic novels amazing? I love the storytelling potential they have. Still waiting for my drawing skills to catch up with my idea skills, though.
I LOVE that Eiffel Tower.
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