Friday, June 17, 2011

Bits and Pieces


Once there was a toy maker who wasn't very good at making toys. No matter how hard he tried, they came out twisted and broken like loose lumps of clay...


James Octavien was the last doll he ever made. A wooden jester with a crooked smile...
Long ago, a man decided to leave his home and travel the world. But the bookshelves soon grew lonely for there was no one to turn their pages. So one bright day, they all decided to sprout legs and follow him.
Three daughters of the sky set out to live a brief life on earth. "The only thing of value are those stars in your eyes, my dear," said the merchant, "Pluck them out for me and I'll pay you handsomely."


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A batch of random sketches deserve some random stories. I'll hash out the details later, I'm sure.

5 comments:

  1. I love the bookshelves with legs and the rejected toys! Your sketches are so lively and fun. :) I miss you, Chrystin!

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  2. Thanks Lane! I miss you too! Let's have a skype date soon! XDD

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  3. OOOOH I want to be friends with the bookshelves. They look so happy.

    :)

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  4. I dig the bookshelves! So expressive and so much personality. Great storylines too for all these sketches.

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