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Anonymous asked: What is your writing process? Do you write a script? Do you write individual scenes (as a vignette) and then try to piece them together? Do you work toward a (known) endpoint? Or are you discovering it as you go along? How did you work out the rules that govern the forces and elements of the beanworld?

I just found this. I write in fragments & piece them together until they feel right. I know where I’m going but I enjoy wandering—a LOT. Often during the connection process a page or two blows up into 10. I improvise on every page & often within every panel. I write the dialogue as I letter it. It’s not a very speedy method but it is the only way I know how to work.

mocatv:

Jeffrey VallanceClown Family Tree, 1998Pen on paper20 x 17 in.Courtesy of Lehmann Maupin

mocatv:

Jeffrey Vallance
Clown Family Tree, 1998
Pen on paper
20 x 17 in.
Courtesy of Lehmann Maupin


General Mills Cereals, 1960s

General Mills Cereals, 1960s

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Decorated metal shield Toposa tribe of Southern Sudan

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Decorated metal shield Toposa tribe of Southern Sudan

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Lauren Bacall in the 1940s.

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Lauren Bacall in the 1940s.

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Tom Conway in The Falcon’s Brother (1942). I just published a blog post on the wonderful Falcon mystery series.