Monthly Archives: September 2011

14 The First Spark

I did a lot of revisions of the text on this page.  In fact, I think in the first couple of drafts I didn’t have hardly any of this.  Initially I didn’t know how to write about this part since … Continue reading

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13 Duplication with Mutation

This one presented some pretty abstract ideas about the essence of life and took a while before I settled on how I would illustrate them.  This is the only time so far in the Universe Verse that I’ve really drawn … Continue reading

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12 Defining Life

This was not the easiest page to decide how to illustrate.  In a lot of ways, the definition of life is kind of abstract.  Between the thought bubbles and the chalkboard I had the chance to present a lot of … Continue reading

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11 Diving In

This was one of the most enjoyable and easiest pages to draw.  The big, single panel pages always are, and having the figures in their wetsuits jumping and making a splash was very fun to work on.  I like taking … Continue reading

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