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hi guys- sorry i’ve been brief lately- working on several big projects.



Ruthie » 7 Dec 2012 » Reply

All these little transitions from topside to underworld are starting to affect me. Every time I look at a real life hillside now I will feel an unexplainable urge to start digging into it to see if I can find a hidden passage, cave, or city just under the surface! 🙂

    Trav the bean » 7 Feb 2013 » Reply

    than i am doing my job. I look at mountains, hills and valleys all the same way

Brody » 28 Apr 2012 » Reply

Hi Trav,

Stumbled on The Bean a couple of days back, and have just caught up. I'm enjoying the whole thing and will definitely buy the books once I can find some work. The plot, pacing, characters and art are all wonderful, and perfectly compliment each other. There's something slightly Vaughn Bode about your art, and the story itself reminds me of Tad Williams 'Memory, Sorrow, Thorn' books, (that's a compliment, btw). That may just say more about me than your work, because I don't mean it feels derivative, I think the whole thing is fresh and deserving of a full length movie!

I just have one question, which you'll probably answer within the story at a later date; how does the broken moon affect the world, what impact does it have on tides, for example?

    Trav the bean » 7 Feb 2013 » Reply

    Why thank you – I take all of that as a compliment

    as for the broken moon – I think it still has effects on the tides and such, because for some reason it still sits in spot and held for the most part still together. I think it might have something to do with the weave…

Mercy » 26 Apr 2012 » Reply

Wow, another stunning transition page…Where are we now? The White Hall?

lithicbee » 26 Apr 2012 » Reply

Yay, underground!

sfbell09 » 26 Apr 2012 » Reply

Hope your other projects are going well. I love transitions to the underground. Well the underground in general. Which do you prefer, forest scenes or underground?

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