After the near-disastrous attempt at producing my turn-of-the-millennium darkly futuristic graphic novel in print a year ago, I thought it was about time I had another go at getting it out there.
The story of Irish urban guerrilla Georgina Buadach Macdubhgaill is finally now available, as a digital download. I'm staying clear of print this time due to the problems the printers seemed to have in rendering the subtle pencil artwork, so at least now it can be viewed and read exactly as it was intended to be.
You can read more and buy the download (in PDF format) here.
One of these days I may still get around to creating a complete digital 'remaster' of the whole thing, suitable for the printed page...but not before I invest in my first A3 scanner.
Monday, 8 November 2010
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