Another week of pretty much the same routine. Averaging about 3 ‘saint portraits’ , plus 3 pages of the ‘What Unites Us’ graphic novel per day. I’m getting near the finish line on both projects (about a week and a half to go), and I’ll have some more samples from the graphic novel next week, but in the meantime, here’s another heaping helping of ‘saint portraits’ for your viewing pleasure.
The ‘What Unites Us’ graphic novel adaptation is entering the 3rd quarter (here’s a few sneak peeks at some of the chapter closing panels, above, and below). Been a wonderful experience so far.
And concurrently, I’ve also been working on a book on Saints for a Catholic publisher out of Boston, and I’ve posted a few ongoing samples of those at the bottom of the post.
Just passing the 2/3 mark and rapidly approaching the 3/4 mark on the “What Unites Us” graphic novel. In the meantime, I am also concurrently working on a series of ‘Saint portraits’ for a catholic publisher in Boston (a sampling shown below), plus I also finished another illustration for Alfred Hitchcock’s Mystery Magazine (pictured above). At the bottom of this post is an illustration I did last week for Green Prints. More samples to come next week sometime. Keeping busy.
Continuing to plug away at this graphic novel project. Here’s a sneak peek at one of the chapter closing pages. I’m over the halfway point, and hope to have the bulk of the work on this book done by Thanksgiving. I’m told by the publisher that it should have a publication date of early 2021. Not much else going on at present, but I’ll have some more ‘who was’ book samples to post next week sometime.
What I’ve been busy with for the past month or so is the upcoming graphic novel adaptation of Dan Rather’s book “What Unites Us” for First Second Books. Here’s a sneak peek at a few partial pages.
This has been the most challenging project of my career, and it has been an enjoyable experience so far. I’m currently working on the 5th chapter of 16 and am hoping to have the work completed sometime before Thanksgiving for publication sometime in 2020.