Wednesday, October 2, 2013

First I was gonna post....

I had an idea to post a lovely beautiful fall pictures post from this past weekend. The text was in my mind, about sunshine and colors and dappled sunlight.   The photo's are beautiful.

Then I got real. I want to show my comics posted up at class for the critique.

I LOVED doing this.  I put up all 57 pages in an empty classroom and after break we all went in to look at them.  57 pages people!!  

Everyone in the class was wonderful, appreciative, supportive and gave me great feedback.  It was a terrific experience, and the first time I have shown all the stories together.  I have work to do to get it all updated, and complete, but I have the goal now and the ideas.






I know you really can't see it all, but I think you get the idea.

I can't thank the instructor enough for the classes I have taken at Worcester Art Museum.  What a supportive teacher he is.

OK, maybe next time it'll be dappled sunlight and beautiful photos.  We'll see.

8 comments:

Lisa at Greenbow said...

Mim it is fun to see what has been keeping you busy and happy. You have done a lot of work here. Can't wait to see some of it finished.

Lynn Cohen said...

WOW! AMAZING, FANTAStIC! What a huge body of work! Yes, it's exciting to see it all laid out like this! Bravo for all your hard work! Glad you derive fun from doing it. I appreciate that fun, as I am loving drawing now too!
Excited for you and I look forward to adding your next book to my library!

Pamela Smallcomb said...

All your creativity, humor and hard work - up on the walls. That's amazing.
Congrats, Mim! xo

Teri Casper said...

Holey moley, how exciting to see your hard work come to fruition! So excited for you.

Hilary Mosberg said...

Fantastic Mim! It looks like your style and compostion have really gotten strong. Can't wait to see them finished. XOXO

sukipoet said...

ah, a brave thing for you to do. what am impressive body of work. you have so much inventive talent. keep on drawing.

Amanda said...

Awesome Mim! That's storyboarding extraordinaire!!!

Cris, Oregon Artist said...

I saw this and thought I commented on it. Its amazing to see it all put up like that. How did it go? That's a lot of fabulous work there. Do protect it please.