ahahahahThis one is a cool one.lot's of details ..one thing though...the text is a bit hard to read .I love the phrasing of it though!what are you going to do with the dindle images afterwards?are you trying to get it published as a picture book?
this story just gets better and better. Your story telling ability the style of your work, and design sense is flawless! Always soooo overwhelmingly inspriational comin to you blog! Thanks for sharing
I don't want to be repetitive...so, you already know: your job it's stunning...As regard that pages...2 a day.Bad, but this is the way the usa market works.:-)Have u a publisher right now?!
why doesn't dindle just stay with the bird? where's he trying to get to anyway? the dindle and the bird get along so well. I think they should just be island mates, like roommates, not like mates. mates meaning like buddies. not like... oh nevermind.
Wow... my favorite Dindle panel so far.Great layout! Cool boat.Big fan!!Jeremy
beautiful work! I love your colours.
Awesome blog! I like your style and designs. Really nice colors as well.Hans
nice! i love the composition.
The leaf boat is lovely! So whymsical, what a fantastic teeny-tiny world you've created. And I popped by your website which just cements the fact that you're ridiculously good. I have to agree with pascal on the type, it's a chore to read which really pulls me out of the story. But I'm a type snob anyway, House Industries being a type foundry and all. Will this be published? I'll buy it. See you tomorrow.
Dindle continues to rock my world! Just beautiful. If you don't get this published, you should self publish it. Rock on.Bryan
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