Yes, despite all the drinking and fun times in France, I actually worked a lot. It seemed expected there that you do rather good sketches, for free ( well I pretty much always do them for free anyway ) but all up I must have done over 100 "decent" sketches, and used up most of my pens by the final signing. It was actually a lot of work. Here's a few that I remembered to grab photos of, or that I considered photo worthy. Oh and Warren, based on my anecdotal evidence over there, FELL seemed hugely popular. ( It's just that the sketches of Fell were pretty generic and boring so there's none here )
After this, back to work. Yes, I know I have a lot of email to catch up on, and deadlines. Wormwood will undoubtedly be a bit behind because of all the recent travel, so from here until X-mas it will be pretty much nonstop work blog. Do you guys prefer straight work blog or more "doco of the life of idiot Templesmith and his travels"? Let me know one way or the other I guess.I consider my work my life so it's all relevant.
FELL nearly done with #9.
Wormwood: Gentleman Corpse, Calamari Rising well on the way.
Some big new projects I have planned...starting soon too.
And now, the sketches...