Wednesday, November 30, 2016

Nicole Rogers _ Two Riders Progress

The Story of Mullum Final Sketches - Brooklyn Lee

The Son (final sketches) - Emily Whang

Story Adaptation- The Son by Horacio Quiroga- Susannah Indyk

Page 1: 

Panel 2: 
Father: "Be careful, little one."
Son: "Yes, papa."

Panel 3: 
Father: "Come back by noon."
Son: "Yes, papa."

Page 3:

Panel 5: 
Father: "Two fewer doves in the woods..."

Page 4:

Panel 5: 
Father: "He's not back yet..."

Panel 6:
"He'll get home soon... he always does what I say..."
"It is easy, so easy, to lose track of time in the woods..."

Panel 7: 
" sit on the ground for a while, resting, not moving..."

Panel 8:
"...not moving..."

Page 5:

Panel 3:

Page 6:

Panel 2:
"Son... my boy..."

Panel 4:
Father: "My little boy..."
Son: "Poor papa..."

Panel 5: 
Father: "Why didn't you watch the sun to keep track of the time?"
Son: "I looked papa, but I saw herons and followed them.
Father: "What have you put me through, my son?"
"and the herons, did you kill them?"
Son: "No..."

Thursday, November 24, 2016

tess thompson final sketches!

hey! so i dont have access to a scanner right now, so this'll have to do. also i know they look pretty messy but theyll hopefully get cleaner when i paint it!

Virginia Gagnon-Adaptation-Final sketches

Page 1 (Panel 4):
-Old Man: “Hello?”
-Young Man: “Hello.”
Page 1 (Panel 5):
-Old Man: “Trap many foxes?”
-Young Man: “A few.”
Page 2 (Panel 1)
-Young Man: “Want a drink?”
Page 2 (Panel 2)
-Old Man: “Cane liquor?”
-Young Man: “The best!”
Page 3 (Panel 4)
-The Gold Merchant: “Good Afternoon!”
-Old Man: “Afternoon!”
Page 7 (Panel 1)
-Young man: “What’s the matter you’re shaking all over?”
Page 7 (Panel 2)
-Old man: “The drink has made me cold, perhaps another drink will warm me”
Page 7 (Panel 4)
-Young man: “This is my last expedition.”
-Old Man: “Made much money?”
-Young man: “Can’t complain.”
-Old man: ”I came this way five years ago on my way north and lost all my money.”
-Young man: “How did that happen?”
-Old Man: “I don’t know it was all in gold”
Page8 (Panel 2)
Young man: “I don’t think anyone ever gets out of here”
Page8 (Panel 3)
“Like a lamb to the slaughter”
Page8 (Panel 6)
Young Man: “He’s going crazy!”
Old man: “He’s not a good horse and he’s easily scared”
Page8 (Panel 7)
Young man: “Well Goodbye”
Old man: “Goodbye”