On the left is an early WIP (work in progress, that is) bit of the window display being made for a shop, as part of the annual Lakes International Comic Art Festival in October.
And on the right are some more bits for the display. It's an art supplies shop that also does framing, and it's a nice idea if the artwork can be related somehow to the business.
Last year was my first go at doing one of these, and I made a rather complicated scene for a shop selling paintings and prints. Using techniques and materials that were entirely new to me.
So this time I knew what to expect, and and did things a little differently. Somehow I was still right up against the deadline, though, and only got the package shipped off via Parcelforce 48 hour service at lunchtime today. It'll be in place at the weekend, at which time all will be revealed! I'll be up there for the festival in a couple weeks, and hope to be happy when I see it in situ for the first time.
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