The Bean 365
The Bean 365
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“Like a flower in the garden the success of it’s beauty is cultivated through months of nurturing and caring.  Creating original art and stories are the same… for months and years the world seems to be against or just ignores you, yet in the end… the beauty of ones endurance shines through and the critics become silent.”

wondercon is done, I will post an update in a bit, though I saw a lot of wonderful people and really enjoyed the good experiences. Also retired an image and I will be pulling it from the store.

Plus if your into the bean right now, I guess that is why you are here. Now is the time to go back and reread- especially if you have the books. Things are starting to be revealed in better clarity that were told to a young dishwasher not to long ago.

Also take a moment and listen in on a podcast i was privileged to be a part of about making comics. It’s a 2 part podcast with Jeremy Barlow and Jason Brubaker  (who I only saw once at wondercon). It was fantastic to hang out for a moment with such incredible talent. Just click the making comics image below…

Keep creating!

trav

8 Comments

lithicbee » 21 Mar 2012 » Reply

Trav, which image was retired?
I will probably re-read volumes 1 and 2 once vol 2 arrives (and I unpack vol 1), because I am pretty sure I know who the dark elf is, but I can't remember his name right now.

    trav » 21 Mar 2012 » Reply

    the boy fighting the dragon with the wooden sword.

Dormin » 20 Mar 2012 » Reply

Now I´m thinking in prince Nuada from Hellboy 🙂

    trav » 20 Mar 2012 » Reply

    nope not him either 🙂 though he was a very cool prince

trav » 19 Mar 2012 » Reply

He is very educated and as you will see…. very very determined.

Grey Matter » 19 Mar 2012 » Reply

He is a very well-spoken villain.

I agree, sfbell09. It gives him an aura, of sorts, that pulls him off the page a little and separates him from the others just a bit. It proves he's badass and is only going to cause trouble.

sfbell09 » 19 Mar 2012 » Reply

I like the inking in the first panel. The shadow and grass caught my attention this morning. And the wreckage in the next two panels.

    trav » 19 Mar 2012 » Reply

    I really enjoyed inking the chaos of the aftermath…. 🙂 also the introduction of the ….. was fun as well. I am glad he came off cool and suave.

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