So after two years spent focused on writing over illustration, I've finally finished up the work for my MFA in Writing for Children. Though my classes have been held at the Eric Carle Museum, they were (mostly) academic and writing-focused. While I've done some sketches for the program, they're not quite ready to be publicly posted yet. The past few months have been spent working on a graphic novel script which I don't intend on illustrating myself. However, because it's incredibly awkward to do a reading of a graphic novel script, I did some quick (speedy, one-take) thumbs for the reading. The hope is that people will be able to draw the connections between the written panel descriptions and my visual suggestions.
So here are two spreads for BABA YAGA'S ASSISTANT (sans text).