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Bessie is close…

About to go silent for a while while I finish Bessie Stringfield: Tale of The Talented Tenth no 2. Here is a sneak peak until then.             Advertisements

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Sherman Encounters The Ghost of Appalachia.

“When Sherman, and his small band discovered Turner, and his people General Sherman was said to remark about Turner, “His eyes have seen something; they know things.” The Nigger Moses, and The Ghost of Appalachia were some of the names

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Bessie Thumbs almost done…

Just a color study to break the endless stream of thumbnails.

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Two Page Spread

This two page spread from Tales of The Talented Tenth is probably the most detailed two page spread I have ever drawn.

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Strange Fruit vol I

In 2007 I started drawing a story about a slave who escaped slavery by mailing himself to freedom in a box. The following year I made a mini comic and went to my first show to sell Strange Fruit number

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Constantly working on stuff…

Received the foreword to Strange Fruit by Henry Louis Gates Jr. Needless to say it is beautiful and moving. Here are some pages from Tales of the Talented Tenth and a digital scratchbood giclee.

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Bass Reeves: Tales of the Talented Tenth

I had a snow day so I decided to redraw the Tales of the Talented Tenth cover. I like this one better than the first. I hope that we can use it.

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