There was no Yellow Brick Road
I write this courtesy of the free wi-fi available at the Vancouver Airport, as I anxiously await word of my delayed flight home.
Allow me to offer a word of advice:
Red-Eye flights are never a good idea.
Still, this time is giving me opportunity to think about the weekend that was, the excitement of Emerald City Comicon and every one we got to meet over the last few days. Huge appreciation to each and every one of you who joined me in fawning over the Gutters book.
With regards to this page, I'm forced to admit that I always was of the impression that this was going to happen, right from the get-go of the Image United announcement. An ambitious project, no doubt, but anything involving the Image founders is infinitely harder to realize.
Perhaps one day, long from now, we will see the conclusion of this series.
And perhaps another day, further from that first day, I'll actually be allowed to board this flight.
Today's Lego-tastic page was done by Guy Allen:
Guy Allen is an illustrator/ designer working professionally in the field for over 4 years. A graduate of the College for Creative Studies in Detroit, MI, Guy majored in Illustration, while simultaneously having "on the side" relationships with Industrial and Graphic Design. Guys past work can be seen in many places including print, web and too many commercials to count; from automotive to baked beans commercials , Guy has done them all and has a client list to prove it.
We'll see you on Wednesday, folks.
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Thank you to everyone who joined me on Ustream tonight :) See you next Friday!
RT @JosephScrimshaw: It's late. Possibly you've had a few beers or wines or vodkas? Great time to look at a kickstarter project! #FlawFest …
RT @matthewdowsmith: Just saying. If you want to make comics, expect to spend workaholic amounts of time at the writing desk or art table.
Slideshow is go! Music is go! Stream starts live at the top of the hour :)http://t.co/ZTKlRvtduU