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VOL 2: the Lost Prince – just FUNDED! THANK YOU ALL FOR MAKING THIS POSSIBLE!

Today’s update and other tidbits

I want you to know that sometimes drawing architecture drives me nuts. It just does, and here I wanted to have a vaulted ceiling with all the trimmings. I do like how it came out though. Especially the stone statues of the birds.

Also as I read through and answered (yes i answer almost all the posts) I noticed a few questions about lore and such. If you want a hint, all rhymes have truth to them. Just thought I would throw that out there.

Last but not least, I appreciate all the support – especially with the update change. I am sorry about that, but it was needed for the moment. Updates though are still strong. Also hopefully I will be able to post the back cover art to vol 2 soon.

Kickstarter closes soon

There is less than 12 hours. It has been incredibly awesome to watch vol 2 make it. Thank you so much for your support. There is still a little time to pledge and if you do you will get your name in the book as well as FREE SHIPPING. The best deal is the $30 pledge, you will get both vol 1 & 2. Thanks again for all your support. You can pledge here at the Bean vol 2: the Lost Prince.

The new update schedule starts today. Bean will now update every Monday and Thursdays. It will be like this for a few months.

Thanks again for all the support.

trav

 

6 Comments

Ben » 7 Jan 2012 » Reply

While I second the hearty accolades of Felix and Sfbell . . . you rhymed soul with soul. 😛

sfbell09 » 5 Jan 2012 » Reply

All of the detail work in the drawings adds to the rich feeling of the location. Such as the banisters in the 2nd panel. I can imagine it being done in a rich color like gold or red (were this a colored image) making this grand hall very ornate.

    Trav the bean » 5 Jan 2012 » Reply

    i think those colors will work- 🙂 it's a nice quiet place to put your feet up

Felix Pleșoianu » 5 Jan 2012 » Reply

I like the way you draw architecture mainly from above. It’s an unusual perspective which makes everything more interesting. And every time I look again, there’s some new detail I missed previously.

    Trav the bean » 5 Jan 2012 » Reply

    thank you felix- it's something that i am constantly working on

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