Here’s a collage of photographs of the more-or-less finished pencils for the cover of Junkyard Moon. Normally, I’d scan them, but they are too big for my desktop scanner. The yellow color and funny angles are a natural result of taking pictures of drawings under artificial light in a shadowed room with the art taped to a board on a slanted surface. The drawings themselves are on a reasonably pure white paper, and are reasonably straight. I have triangles and straight edges and I am not afraid to use them. When I feel like it. I will tweak these drawings one more time before I put any ink on them; there are definitely some problems I only discovered when I looked at the photographs.
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