@holleywilliamson I like no 10 the most. I have a problem with No 3. I think revealing what Oz looks like on the cover is a massive spoiler.
I'm just listening to the audible version with Anne Hathaway reading it to me - so good. And Oz being a mystery is such an important part of the story. BTW I've never watched the film or read the book before.
Whew finally had some free time to work on these again. I did quite a few different sketches for the Scarecrow and the Tinman and these are the ones that I feel like are starting to look the way I want. Still not happy enough yet with a Lion or Dorothy but maybe finishing these will help that process forward.
THE FIST is about a guy who punches stuff real good. His wife is a spaceship. They’re on the run from the EVIL Space Army, but stop along the way to fight for money.
It’s a big, action-packed, weird, silly, four-color, fun, dumb, love-letter to all the comics, cartoons and video games that formed my brain as a kid.
It’s a book I've been working on and off between projects for four years. I "write", illustrate, color, and publish it all on my own. I say "write" because it's more of a freeform kind of thing. I use a loose outline, but make up a chunk of it as I go.
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@Coreyartus Thank you so much! Your post is super encouraging, I'm really glad you liked it and that it reads as it does for you. Making art can really put you in a weird place sometimes where you can't see things as other people do anymore, so I really appreciate the feedback here.
I hadn't thought of doing an illustrated version of the play to be honest, but it might be a fun idea!
As for text, yes, I would like to put at least a title on, but haven't quite worked my way around to that piece yet.
Thanks again for taking the time to leave the feedback!
I have been working on perspective as well. The bottom one I noticed right away, the top of bookshelf on the left is angling down and the closet object on the left, its top is angled much higher than I think it ought to be. I do really like the perspective of the first one. That's a really large shoe by the way lols. But the clock looks off -might be just me- the bottom of it looks as if it is protruding from the wall. Also if you @davidhohn he might give you some kindly feedback as he has done so with others -because you've taken his class- but I have done so, so you don't have to.