Olympia Timberland Library

So, prior to the Olympia Comics Fest last weekend, I was asked by a representative of the local library system to draw a single panel comic with blank fumetti (word balloons) for kids to fill out. Well, never one to turn down a project just because I was ridiculously busy, I turned out two full page comic strips. I am, supposedly, going to be given the filled-out comics to scan and post on the web here. Good times! In the meanwhile, here are the two comics. I’m attaching them at print size so that you and you and you can print them and fill them out on your own, should you so desire. If you do, send them on back my way!

Original art is on 11x14" bristol. Click image to open print size file.

Original art is on 11x14" bristol. Click image to open print size file.

And for those who are curious, the dapper fellow in panel 4 of the first comic?

This guy is totally Melvil Dewey!

In also news, the local gallery Northern is doing a show with local comic artists timed to coincide with the Comics Fest, and I’ve got some artwork up there. Specifically, a whole section on The Seduction of Adam Smith and all of the original Bat-Hamlet artwork. Go check it out if you’re in the area. Come visit the area if you’re not. Then check it out.

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One Response to Olympia Timberland Library

  1. Kelsey Smith says:

    I just learned a new word. Thanks so much for doing this! The library (and me) appreciate you.

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