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posted Monday, January 1st, 2007   leave a comment or trackback
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27 Responses

  1. Jeffrey Yamaguchi

    This is going to be an amazing project, an important work. I can’t wait to read the next installments.

  2. Jim D.

    What an ominous and impressive prologue. Can’t wait to read more, Josh.

  3. Heidi MacDonald

    Wow…this is great stuff, Josh. I can’t wait to read the rest.

  4. David Boyer

    Incredible. Really excited to watch AD develop…

  5. Steve O'Keefe

    Nice detail. Are you working off of arial photographs? Scale and architecture look very accurate.

  6. josh

    Thanks, Heidi. I’m hard at work on part II of the prologue, which will be up next week. Thanks for plugging the project!

  7. josh

    I’m using a lot of photographic reference for this project — especially for the prologue. About half the images are directly from photos, while the others use photos as a resource, but the angle (and many details) come out of my head.

  8. dianalily

    The contraflow in the first panel is terrific. Made me puzzle over the highway sign facing the wrong direction until I remembered… Very nice.

    (Antigravity’s LJ sent me here. Looking forward to reading more.)

  9. glenn

    josh, instinct told me when we talking about your upcoming trip that it would inspire something like this. so glad the wait is over — powerful work, maybe your best. keep growing,

    g./

  10. Janet

    WOW! Really amazing beginning; the illustrations completely suck you in. Although I know how the story ends, I can’t wait to see the rest.

  11. Corky Wild

    Excellent visuals. Looking forward to the rest! Good job!

  12. no one will notice.

    That’s cool. I wonder if any of you jerkoffs are really from New Orleans. If not, you clearly don’t know what’s going on.
    but yeah .. looking forward for the rest … haha

  13. Chris S.

    Nice perspectives…nice lead in too. You could could shoot a movie from these panels. Well done.

    Chris

  14. rod

    Compelling

  15. izzy

    this is a really intresting picture i wonder whats gunna happend next!!!!!

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