Sarah McIntyre (jabberworks) wrote,
Sarah McIntyre
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queen of diamonds



I'm trying to do a little bit each morning on this playing card design for Seattle's 'Friends of the Nib' exhibition. But I'm attempting to be a bit experimental with it, so I'm not really sure what I'm doing. Hmm. Any suggestions?

Hey, James Turner just posted a link to this Guardian article about a girl named Charlotte Jones who complained bitterly about the demise of the comic and got to be editor for the day. (James and I were both HUGELY miffed that the Comic ended, and just in the middle of our comics run. Apparently a lot of other people were, too!)
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