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I'm sure there must be a graphic novel in here somewhere. If I could be arsed.

 

Addendum: Have added in another character study here. Not sure where all this is heading...

 

 

 

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More great half toning here. Certainly shows off something different. Love it. I couldn't be ersed doing all that detail!! :)

 

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This has legs; maybe the woman in the second picture should be called Lilledeth.

 

As for story writing and character development; sure that's something some of our esteemed fellow forum users, could take on.

 

Why not name the woman on the right, Mara? As this means - Bitter.

 

The biblical Naomi claimed the name Mara as an expression of grief after the deaths of her husband and sons; Variant of Mary; Abbreviation of Tamara.. Other origins for the name Mara include - English, Israeli, Italian, Hebrew.The name Mara is most often used as a girl name or female name.

Read more: http://www.meaning-of-names.com/english-names/mara.asp#ixzz3uL8P1IIH

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very cool - all affinity?

 

Well here goes: I had to use warp tools in AI to create the masthead. AD's text-on-a-path doesn't quite cut it yet.

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As for story writing and character development; sure that's something some of our esteemed fellow forum users, could take on.

 

 

I have this nagging idea that it has something to do with existing history - the cholera epidemic, the great stink of 1858, John Snow, Bazalgette and Faraday. I feel like enough nasty crap was dumped into the Thames, cholera victims might start coming back from the dead...

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I have this nagging idea that it has something to do with existing history - the cholera epidemic, the great stink of 1858, John Snow, Bazalgette and Faraday. I feel like enough nasty crap was dumped into the Thames, cholera victims might start coming back from the dead...

Yes! That works for me.

 

What angle would you take? Drama (Like Whitechapel), A Dan Snow style narrative, or a grown up version of Horrible Histories. What about the point of view of the virus, as if that was a malevolent character?

 

Personally, I recommend this series of books. Introducing...as this is a small book that you read from start to finish on any subject, from religion to maths and all other high brow subjects. By the end of these book; you are now able to talk about the subject with a sense of understanding. 

 

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they are not in the database. Not sure which "upgrade" lost them, but I cannot restore any of the missing images in these older posts. They are not all missing, just some.

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I remember these, they're great. Thanks

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