Sunday, January 24, 2010

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The Lost Queen Graphic Novel - With Narrative!

Many of you have been following as I've published the artwork for The Lost Queen on Flickr.

Now, you can see it with the narrative and dialogue.

It's a PDF, so the best way to view it is in single-page view and go through one page at a time. And it's a big file, so be patient... it is a graphic novel, after all.

I will still be putting up new artwork as well, but wanted you to have a chance to see the first part of the novel in its complete form.

It took a while to settle on a narrative approach, but in the end I am essentially bringing a movie storyboard to life. The Invention of Hugo Cabret goes back and forth between pages of text and wordless sequences of drawings. The Arrival has no words at all. And webcomics tend to have the dialog embedded in the visuals, which is not a style that I take to in this particular instance. The drawings really want to stand on their own.

So, see what you think, and send me a note! And, thanks for reading. I really appreciate it.

Odd Parents History

The Fairy OddParents first aired as a short film in the Oh Yeah! Cartoons in 1998, which show ten episodes of the original draft. Oh Yeah! Cartoons have been canceled in 2001, but Nickelodeon has offered to take this francais.

This bid has been received by its creator Butch Hartman. This event began airing episodes of its length as the series itself on May 31, 2001, together with the Invader zim. On April 11, 2006, Nickelodeon has been serving the United Kingdom nine short episodes of Oh Yeah Cartoons! in three episodes, including a different voice for Timmy Turner (Timmy's voice has been changed by Tara Strong to run tests for all of these short episodes), and the face of Timmy's father and mother of Mrs. and Mr. Turner can not be seen.

These stories include "Where's the Wand" in which Vicky Wanda using magic wand, and "Too Many Timmys" where Timmy makes a clone him. Each pilot episode lasted for seven minutes, and painted all these paintings are very rough, and animation of flying fairies are more slow and rough. After serving a new episode in the year 2004-2005, Nickelodeon finally decided to release "The Fairly OddParents" from the show. This series is officially completed on July 21 2006 and has broadcast a number of 66 episodes in the United States. The last episode shown was "Jimmy Timmy Power Hour 3". He has been issued by Frederator Studios.

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