Leading up to introductions of Lumbering Jack and, later, Woolf:
I’ve almost finished assembling the cast of characters that Tree Girl will encounter in the woods: Woolf (seen below), King Yeti, Lumbering Jack, and a few others. Woolf is not a big bad wolf, but, as the “wool” of his name may suggest, a sheep in wolf’s clothing (probably people think more of Virginia Woolf …). Make no mistake; sheepish as he is on the inside, he does pose a threat.
Here he is, with TG, in process:
Tree Girl completed (the “non” on her neck was coincidental, but perhaps is fitting):
Body. The grey comes from a photograph that accompanied an article about North Korea.
Tracing paper for the arms and tail:Coming together:
And here is an exercise in the importance of eyebrows. Without a telling eyebrow, Woolf looks like an eager puppy!With the addition of the eyebrow, he’s turned sinister. I like how well the lowercase L worked.
And now I’m off to prepare stuff for printing. I’ll be tabling at Stumptown at the end of the month! Excited.
A page from the tree girl project wherein tree girl finds uses for the branches growing from her chest. It is not terribly painful when she snaps off the branches.
This is going somewhere. :-)