Posted by Eleanor at 9:12 PM
Lisa Frankin' it. I started this comic after reading Forming by Jesse Moynihan and a) wanting to do a comic in color and b) wanting to do a comic that's serious, but also really funny. This comic will not, I think, wind up being funny; it might not end up existing at all.
Sketch of (my friend and extremely good artist) Michele Chidester.
Posted by Eleanor at 9:09 PM
I was trying to read a book on economics and listening to too much NPR when I drew this batch.
Final to hair-pulling pic. (Better?)
"Animal the color of flowers" is a line in Stevenson's Weir of Hermiston, which (full disclosure) I have not read. I know it from the wonderful, wonderful lecture series This Craft of Verse by Borges.
Sketches for Athens Tiny Farm illos
Posted by Eleanor at 12:34 AM
My friend David Mack (who is a fantastic artist) and I found this graffiti where the train tracks go under the loop and we wanted to share it with folks. If you're in Athens, Georgia and you want to check it out go the end of Satula - there's a path down to the tracks. The pieces were just painted in regular house paint. Some of them are pretty large, about 18' high.
Posted by Eleanor at 10:36 PM