New animation, completed today:
I created this with OpenToonz, the open version of the software used by Studio Ghibli (software which, I might add, was released for free but without any instructions whatsoever). Unsurprisingly, this first effort is a bit rough around the edges.
I’ve been working overtime on VIA lately, and I wanted to share one of the upcoming pages ahead of time, for a couple reasons:
First, I am just so damn pleased with how it came out, and…
Second, because this was the first clear image I had in my head when I first began thinking about this project two years ago. I didn’t know how the road would get there or where it would go afterwards, but I knew it would get there nonetheless. Now it has gotten there, and I know exactly where it’s going next. Can’t wait for you all to find out.
My new webcomic has just posted its tenth page! Not a huge accomplishment perhaps, but it feels like a milestone.
This is my first new post in a while. For the last couple months, I’ve been busy working on an online project that’s been buzzing around my head for the better part of a year, and now it’s just about ready to go.
VIA: a perambulatory tale will be an ongoing graphic novel that is:
1- a story without characters, and
2- a love-letter to the horizon
Beyond that, you’ll just have to see for yourself. Regular posts begin Monday, September 1st at perambulate.net. I promise weirdness and wonder.