My boxes of Retrowood books showed up this week from Ka-Blam Printers and I've been busily shipping out copies the last couple of days. Doing comics anymore is a real labor of love, and seeing this one gave me a special feeling of satisfaction, since the initial concept was something I started working on way back in the late '80s. It's good to know that things do eventually happen.
There are still a few copies left of this very limited print run for any of you interested. And I thought I'd post more drawings from the next Retrowood story that is in the works: All Roads Lead to Rome.
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Since this is the eventual fruition of one project, I thought it only fitting that I should post some of the sketches I've been doing over the past year of a strip that I started developing as "The Cat and the Crow".
The central character is Nefertiti, a young girl caught between technology and mysticism. The cat and crow are the guides that have been sent to help her along the way. One of the things that inspired the drawings was a clip I saw on YouTube about a crow that had adopted a starving kitten, and the two became fast friends.
We'll see how this develops. I've already seen a major shift of characters and location.