Wow, it looks really amazing! You can really tell how much work you've put into this. :) Thanks for showing us these! ^__^ Best of luck with the project!
Tack! Ja, det blir snyggt. :) Kostar det så smakar det, eller vad man ska säga, för det är hårt jobb... Vi har jobbat på A3-papper den här gången, eftersom det ska tryckas i albumformat, och då får man ju plats med fler detaljer. Men rutantalet blir ju därefter. Det är ganska svårt att få in sju rutor på en sida...
I have the book on Nils Holgersson. It's very interesting. Your story is a wonderful invention! Besides, it's excellent you made Meli hump-backed. :)
Actually, we're making this comic from someone else's script. A script which, in turn, is based on a short story by Selma Lagerlöf. So making Meli a humpback wasn't our decision. :)
Looks great! The story of the little girl actually sounds familiar to me, I might have read it a long time ago. I hope in the future when it's published you'll be able to show more from the comic. Good luck!
(P.S. Love the little mouse sketch.)
Thank you! :) You've read the story? Cool - no one else seem to have heard of it. ;)
I'm not sure if we can post more pages from this comic. But with luck, it'll be available in english before long.
2009-03-24 04:52 am (UTC)
SO COOL! And such pretty, pretty art!! As always, with you guys, but still - this is going to be published! You get (some) money for it! Yay for your resumé and yay for being paid to do art. You are incredibly awesome.
I've never actually heard of the story, but then again, I'm not a huge Selma Lagerlöf fan or anything.
Even from these glimpses of them, I have to say that I LOVE your panel work! So dynamic! It grabs the attention and focuses it right at what's going on in the story; it feels like it shifts and flows as naturally as any movie. Even more naturally, because you're your own editor, and can choose how long you want to spend on every frame, what details you want to pay attention to...
This really is art. ♥