Friday, 27 March 2009

Chapter 6, Page 29, Plates 1,2 & 3

10 comments:

Rob Davis said...

Great stuff, Dave. Thought I'd seen it all, but that chocolatey coloured space is a new one on me. Really odd colour choices - quite brilliant.

I think the Baron, Zhadira et al are in big trouble.

I. N. J. Culbard said...

Absolutely gorgeous stuff. The Witness being brought into play wonderfully. Very nice indeed. Brown and orange - the color of my memories. Nice to see Henooki's prose being worked back in again.

It was inevitable - - HUZZAH!!

D.TAYLOR said...

Cheers Rob.
Mmm...chocolatey space!

D.TAYLOR said...

I had to jump in here with The Witness. She was perfectly placed to see this chilling development on Voldar...cheers Ian!

Faz Choudhury said...

Oh, that Henooki, a real laff riot. Beautiful, and I love that last panel, you made drawing that kind of thing look easy!

I. N. J. Culbard said...

Taking your non rhyming Henooki and changing it into Rubaiyat style verse is all part of the challenge of course...

D.TAYLOR said...

Henooki is recorded to have been traumatised as a child by rhyming verse, making it impossible for him to use any form of rhyme what so ever. Rubaiyat, as if I have to remind us, used rhyme as a form of magic, but only on Fridays and only with his great aunt Funoobia in attendance.

I. N. J. Culbard said...

Given the verses quoted on pages 5 and 6 from the beginning of chapter 2 he's evidently a poet, he just don't know it.

;-)

I. N. J. Culbard said...

"Thought I'd seen it all, but that chocolatey coloured space is a new one on me."

Light from the molten surface.

I. N. J. Culbard said...

To be fair, Henooki was such a pot head he didn't know what he was doing.