Here’s the first page of my third 24-hour comic, successfully completed in 23 hours. This was drawn as part of the Trees & Hills 24 Hour Comics Day event in Montpelier, VT. The library interior & exterior on this page are based on the Kellogg-Hubbard Library, where the event was held. The event started at 11:00 AM, but I took an hour to do a little story planning, so I started drawing at 12:18 and finished this page at 12:57. I figured the time spent planning would save me time later, which I think wasÂ true.
I didn’t finish the next Headville page in time for today, but that will appear Thursday, and Headville will continue to update on Mondays & Thursdays. I’ll post pages from “Sam and the Prophecy of the Allrus” on the remaining weekdays until “Spring in Headville” finishes, then post “Sam and the Prophecy…” every weekday until it’s done. After that I’ll go back to Monday & Thursday updates of whatever’s next.
At 9:56 this morning I successfully completed my third 24-hour comic, and the first to consist of one continuous story. The astounding results will appear soon on this very website. I can only type slowly right now.
Greetings, world – I am writing to you from Hour Ten of the Trees & Hills 24-Hour Comics Day event at the Kellogg Hubbard Library in Montpelier, VT.Â I just finished page 10 of my story “Sam and the Prophecy of the Allrus,” so I’m only a little behind schedule, but I’m already too tired to bother including hyperlinks in this post.
I got my schedule a little mixed up and won’t have the next page of “Spring in Headville” ready for Monday, so here’s the plan: Monday I will post the first page of “Sam and the Allrus”, then I’ll continue with my “normal” Monday-Thursday updates. BUT! On every other weekday, I’ll continue updating “Sam and the Prophecy of the Allrus”. There will be so many comics! I won’t promise that they’ll be good comics, though.
Okay, I’m going for a short walk, and then back to the grind…