Sunday, October 6, 2013
I just wanted to share with everyone that I did complete a comics narrative. It is called, "Ballard," and it finds me on a journey to see if a, once mellow blue collar neighborhood with a lot of character, may have lost something after developers gave the place a make-over. To be sure, there are no easy answers. This is probably my most challenging subject yet for a 24-hour Comics Day. I will serialize my efforts over at Comics Grinder in the days ahead.
Saturday, October 5, 2013
|Ice cream sandwich break!|
|Rick and our friend Carolyn who just brought ICE CREAM SANDWICHES!|
|Geoff is all about Norse Mythology|
|Kendall's story moving right along|
|Rick's Meridian DeLacorte story in progress|
|Ari is chugging along!|
|Roseleni is surrounded by spiders|
Hello, this is Henry Chamberlain, your fellow cartoonist!
This year, I'm in Ballard and I kick off with a focus on Edith Macefield. She inspired the world when she defied developers and would not sell out and leave her home in Ballard, Washington. Her story inspired the Disney animated feature movie, "Up."