Monday, October 17, 2011

Roman tic

Thanks for your question, Elisabeth. Anyone else got a question about Escape Behaviours?

10 comments:

helencaldwell said...

Great way to respond to questions! This doesn't look at all quick and scribbly, it looks like you've put a lot of time into a creative response. Get better soon!

Rachel Fenton said...

Helen - I've set myself the goal of one drawing per week day for Escape Behaviours plus eight at the weekend - anything extra is something of a rushed job! it's also half term currently, so two kids home. But I'm thrilled by your comment! And thank you - I am much better :)

astrid said...

amazing! You make me feel like going back to drawing too.. gosh not enough hours in the day hey. howzit? ciao catinitaly

Rachel Fenton said...

It's easier to fit around the kids than the writing at this no kindy place time. Writing requires so much concentration! That said, I'm 40,000 words into a novel. Writing Slooooowly.

I'd like to see your graphic work - where can I find it?


PS, I have a blog alter-ego too - two, in fact.

Talli Roland said...

Wow, you're talented! I'd love to be able to answer questions this way. :)

tahlianewland.com said...

Roman tic. I love that. It's an insightful cartoon too.

Rachel Fenton said...

It's SUCH good fun, Talli - wish I had more time to really play with the idea - maybe after Escape Behaviours is finished. Thaks!

Rachel Fenton said...

Thanks you for noticing, Tahlia - your comment made me smile. Thanks.

And that should read thanks on my reply to Talli, too - typo-maniac day....

Annotated Margins said...

I've been reading this from your Facebook posts. I'm really diggin' this, Rachel. I love the story (poem), and I really dig the drawings. Book Two, Drawings 1, 2 and 7... those really blew me away... as did book Book 3, page 6.

Rachel Fenton said...

Cheers, Mike - Book 2, p7 took 6 hours to draw, so I am SO HAPPY you like it! - thank you for letting me know - I really appreciate that.