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DRAWN TOGETHER, THE BOOK
MOLLY, THE GRAPHIC NOVEL
100 HERONS PROJECT
Drawn to Pets
Tag: Graphic Novel
There are times of no ideas… – Lynda Barry (but there is always process)
Ut Pictura Poesis- the narrative potential of the drawing
One must not be too romantic about madness…
Nature moves through carcasses…
Relaunch and new look: my online graphic novel “Molly, a True Crime Analysis, the third draft”
Tuesday November 6, 1947
The New Year’s Drawing Marathon
Sacred Sunday. Journal Entry
30 strange chapters completed.
Celebrating 95 pages with a vulnerability hangover…
The best things in life are free…
My weekly serial format serves as a means to workshop the graphic novel…
MOLLY, my true crime online graphic novel serial, launches in 1 month!
Molly- a true crime analysis, a visual serial goes online January 15!
Around 3 am… I felt a tap on my shoulder.
I am a star, glimpsed through a sideways glance.
Digging deeper, the secrets become aviatic.
“I recall a childhood dream…” with visual storytelling.
I am obsessing about Molly’s wandering soul.
A dream- the dead cygnet. A message from Molly.
First line… let’s go.
Rejection letter from publisher? Despair? No- liberation.
That is a step on which… #creativeprocess
It is important now for me to honor this call for retreat. #creativeprocess
The objects are the context from which I draw clues.
Special sale: Dead Bird Collection- embroidered drawings
The importance of the vintage photograph as creative resource.
The boarding pass lies within the double helix…
The timeless/spaceless mid zone of creative process and chatting with the dead…
Embroidered drawings and forensic taphonomy
MOLLY TERESA O’DWYER APRIL 25, 1924
The Sparrow’s Feet.
Daisy’s dilemma. 1947 and dark Disney imagery.
The 5 W’s. #Molly #GraphicNovel #Process
Using Braid Theory to explain triple timeline. #Molly #graphicnovel
Ok, Molly, I’ll eat a shit sandwich for you.
I felt a Funeral, in my Brain… Birds, metaphors, graphic novel, experiments
A marker for Molly
it should be a nightmare, but somehow, it isn’t. Instead, I am filled with curiosity…
Stick to the facts in the text, avoid assumptions, yet draw conclusions.
1940’s kitchen. The importance of historical context cont.)
The importance of historical context in an investigative story
“What do we know?” Drawing conclusions from the facts. #graphicnovel
Recycled sock craft: dead crow. #Graphicnovel fundraiser.
Autopsy and the somewhat autobiographical nature of my graphic novel
Limited edition hand-embroidered print sale #graphicnovel
“Crime Scene” creative process #graphicnovel
ART SALE: Graphic Novel Paper Dress and Update
VANCAF reflections Part 2 of 6: @VERWHO and Towerkind on @ConundrumCanada
Molly Teresa O’Dwyer April 25, 1924 #familytree
Molly, my Molly, has acknowledged the past. #graphicnovel
January 15, 1953. Stanley Park, Vancouver. #coldcase
Boundary- a new comic by Emily Cowan
Writing is usually a process of elimination until… I don’t know- nothing is really there.
Join the ‘100 Faces’ Street Art Project for instalment 1 of my graphic novel.
Same image, different context. What is the truth? #molly #graphicnovel
Circumstantial. Putting the research together.
“After a sixty-foot plunge off the Georgia Viaduct…” Nov 6, 1947 10:15 AM. Molly, a graphic novel.
Molly, a graphic novel IN 5 ACTS #showyourwork
Why use seemingly unrelated vintage photographs as sources for a true crime story?