The Bean 101
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Todays new page is up and ready to go. – i hope you continue to enjoy the adventure.

I also just launched my newest kickstarter. It’s not a book – it’s a game- a card game based on the game of war.

I hope you enjoy it.

trav

 

7 Comments

Trav the bean » 15 Dec 2010 » Reply

Hi scott – doing better and roaming through pages to answer questions and all that jazz.

Groggle is the father figure of the inn. Off all the rough exteriors he might have, his heart is good.

Chris » 26 Nov 2010 » Reply

Just began reading this the other day— superb work, pacing, framing, lines…. I like the way you take your time to set scenes and draw us into the world. And the frame where Groggle walks off into the rain by himself is lovely.

    Trav the bean » 15 Dec 2010 » Reply

    Chris I am glad you are enjoying this. I find it really important to set scenes. I hate rushing into things because I think it pulls away the impact. It is good to know that it is paying off in the end.

    Groggle walking off is actually one of my favorite scenes. It is one of those moments that no words need to be spoken to get the point across.

Scott » 18 Jun 2010 » Reply

Well well, I see there was another Scott before me. Perhaps I should start using an initial.

Brandon » 16 Jun 2010 » Reply

Well, that was unexpected! And awesome! And another great panel showing the kitchen! Lots of great details!

    Trav the bean » 15 Dec 2010 » Reply

    good:) I hate being predictable. That is a good sign:) Glad you like the kitchen – a little secret sometimes I hate drawing those pages, yet in the end I am really pleased with how they come out.

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