The Bean 183
The Bean 183
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Well I am going to shorten the intro here – so you can see the other blog aspects. Still looking at some other additional changes here and there. I’ve started to do a few tweaks to shoptalk. I figured I would start adding custom artwork to the blogs, instead of older artwork. I hope you enjoy.

trav

11 Comments

Mouse » 23 Apr 2013 » Reply

I love the giant creature! It reminds me of the Minotaur, especially in the first panel where it rears up.

Mercy » 23 Dec 2010 » Reply

By the way, I really like the grenell in the first panel. So often fantasy beasts are drawn like gargoyles–frozen in place. But this one? I can almost hear its feet pounding in the mud.

    Trav the bean » 23 Dec 2010 » Reply

    I like that panel as well – yet for a different reason. I like the shop. Yet I completely understand your comment about being frozen in place. I really have tried to make you feel like you are there. I think I am accomplishing that for the most part:) Yet after reading your comment I know that I am on the right place.

Mercy » 23 Dec 2010 » Reply

I can identify grenels now…progress! — but not that enormous, terrifying minotaur-dino hybrid. If only I had a field guide!

    Trav the bean » 23 Dec 2010 » Reply

    lol- I think i can work up a field guide one of these days:)

Lax » 23 Dec 2010 » Reply

Can't wait to see that last panel in color 🙂

Hoomi » 22 Dec 2010 » Reply

I think the grennell started his holiday partying too early. He's already smashed…

Co0kieL0rd » 22 Dec 2010 » Reply

Somehow, your beasts look more fierce without , and dumber with pupils.

I also hope the people of Heartleaf have beasts of equal size, otherwise they'd have problem.

    Trav the bean » 22 Dec 2010 » Reply

    🙂 well maybe the grenel should have been looking around his surroundings:)

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