Why would I write and illustrate a parody of my own books? Why not? It was fun and I got to add things I forgot in the original series. Stay tuned for Number 11 next year. For more details visit: https://www.gessosquad.com.
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This weekend I wrapped up episode 25 in graphic novel # 7. The time seems to fly by while illustrating it’s fun to see my characters come to live in color and on paper. This issue certainly has it’s fair share of drama, explosions and crazy antics. All of this is bittersweet since it means the series finale is approaching. In the meantime, I can enjoy spending time with this group of characters a little bit longer. The first season ( Books 1 – 4 ) focused specifically on visual artists from all over the world and different mediums. During the second season ( Books 5 – 7 ) I decided to focus on both artists and architecture. Architecture, according to art history, is considered to be a three-dimensional form of sculpture and visual art. Many of the primary locations my characters visit are historical landmarks which celebrate architecture as a form of visual art.