The Little Artist that Could

I ink I can, I ink I can, I ink I can…

I’m almost finished with the inks for Spam and the Sasquatch, and so my mantra. Serious eyestrain happening here from squinting long hours at a light table. So I’ll be glad to do the last few pages (only 5 more to go!), tomorrow if all goes well. Then I can start doing the painting, the prospect of which I find both terrifying and exhilarating.

In the meantime, here are some non-spoiler panels to look at. Spam needs some time off from his adventuring, so here are some of the scenes where he gets to relax.

Spam relaxes on Darcy's desk while Rocky contemplates going out for the evening, creature of darkness that he is.

Spam relaxes on Darcy’s desk while Rocky contemplates going out for the evening, creature of darkness that he is.

Ah, a fine, spring morning! What could be better, especially when you have your very own cat door?

Ah, a fine, spring morning! What could be better, especially when you have your very own cat door?

Spam checks up on his little sister, who lives with an ex-zombie family. Fortunately, no zombie dolls have been invited to the tea party.

Spam checks up on his little sister, who lives with an ex-zombie family. Fortunately, no zombie dolls have been invited to the tea party.

Spam is on top of the world. All is right in Port Deception — or is it?

Spam is on top of the world. All is right in Port Deception — or is it?

 

(For those just joining in, Spam and the Sasquatch is a story written by Elizabeth Ann Scarborough, written to be turned into a graphic novel, which I am doing! Lots about it in previous posts, look for Spam’s name in the titles)

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