A panel from my next graphic novel Myre Vol 2. Needless to say, I had a ton of fun with it!
Myre Vol 2 is going smoothly and well. Since this volume is very demanding, you barely see me around these days. But every now and then, I manage to find a speck of time to spare and utilise to be around and share what I've been working on!
Such is with tomorrow, when I have a livestream session with Adobe Live UK!
Join us live and ask questions when I go over a selected number of panels/pages of Myre Vol 2.
When? -> 28th of June (Monday) 12:40 (MEST)
Where? -> www.behance.net/adobelive
For the replay, follow: www.behance.net/live/videos/12…
In case you can't make it to the livestream. I'm looking forward to seeing you there!
The full page of this panel and other pages can be read and seen at my Patreon! I post a very limited number of pages there, years before they're published in print.~>
Thank you so much for your support. <3
Myre Vol 1 and Haunter of Dreams are available at:
Have a great start into the new week!
Hi Alector! I'm not sure if you get questions like this a lot, but I'm wondering how you learned to create comics. It's a lot more of a difficult process than I'd expected and I'm just wondering if you sort of just figured it out as you went? Or if there were resources you used to learn how to do this? thank u <3
Wow. This reminds me of the sacre darchive of stuff, but...more colourful. Is this a shop or a storeroom or workshop...or a combination? What a curious and lovely setting!
I also note the tree roots...is this INSIDE the tree at the centre of the city, or is it another, smaller tree?
It's a little bit of everything. The place is so old, it got completely taken over by its surroundings. The one living in there simply shifts his stuff around as the roots change the place gradually. That makes it even cozier. :)