Windows is a story told through windows, screens and frames. I created a version of this for the Art House Co-op’s Sketchbook Project 2013. I rushed through that version because I started late. I had decided on the concept and brainstormed and outlined, but I didn’t get to the actual drawing part until 48 hours before the deadline. I liked the idea, though, so I made this digital version. I haven’t finished it, yet. The drawings get more detailed as the story progresses, probably because I got the hang of what I was doing. I’ve been obsessing over this for the past few days. So many Photoshop layers! I plan to fix everything up and then print it as a little book. What do you think? Where can I improve?
Love the color. Fun.
Interesting. Had to ‘read’ it a couple of times to understand the story. I think you may be onto something new. I like it. 🙂
Looks interesting, is there going to be any words? What’s happening in the park scene where there are two trees and something on the ground, and is the figure with a long scarf part of a conflict? Conflicts are always helpful in stories. I like your graphic quality, color and scenes in shapes, especially the last two.
I really like your drawings of people–they are simple but not caricatures and they have great expressions
Some great ideas there- I think you’re onto something special.
Thank you! I like that you reread it!
I love your note on conflict! I think that’s the biggest flaw in this story. My brother suggested that this could be an establishing first chapter for something longer. I could integrate words, but I need to think about how I could narrate this story without making it too cheesy (as it is already quite harmless). I appreciate your feedback!
As far as your question about the park scene–
I was going to draw some people in the park, and someone laying on that blanket on the trees. This is a working draft, so I decided to publish it online before I added such clarifying details.
Clever clever clever clever clever clever clever clever idea!!!!!!!!!
I want to see what comes next in the narrative!!!!!!!!!
Solid tar pits mammoth!!! Legit plane wing POV!!!
Who needs words when there are so many windows through which to view a story?
Wonderful set of illustrations with a great idea and story! I love the way you used different perspectives of windows. 🙂
For me it has a Beavers and Butthead quality just in a wordless version.
haha I like that interpretation!
I am glad you like it. I thought It would be funny to interpret it that way.
Hi there, thanks for visiting my blog and following! I love your illustrations, they’re a lot of fun!