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New Zine.

Here are some illustrations from the zine I'm just finishing up for the last of this years assessment. This has been a photoshop heavy exercise and I feel as though I have really 'skilled up' this term. Nonetheless I'm two weeks past the deadline with an extension and my pervasive health problems have me literally dragging myself towards the finishing line.

The zine is about the years I spent in my twenties bedridden/housebound. It is a story ostensibly told through the fashion trends I subsequently missed out on. I can't wait to get it to the printers tomorrow and will post more of the finished product when  get I it back. Zines are lot of fun - I recommend them for anyone in need of a bit of self expression. Anyway beter get back to work. 


karenw said…
At least you weren't bedridden with 'galloping consumption' (very Anne of Green gables/ bronte sisters)- well I hope you weren't..
cool zine, love the illustrations and jaunty scarves..
see you at school xx
it's looking fabulous :) good luck with the deadline and feeling better.
Getrealmommy said…
I don't know much about you, but being bedridden sounds awful. Aim sorry to hear you had such serious health problems. I love this work, my favorite is the third picture. Love the red!
Kylie said…
Love it Jo! Fabulous work. Hope you're feeling better. Kx
Minnado said…
Hey Luna, the illustrations are looking great. I know I have said it before but I do like your drawing style. I hope you are feeling better and good luck with the deadlines. Bedridden sounds a lot better than the reality I am sure. x
Sarah said…
These illustrations are excellent! You're very talented! I really hope you get well soon!! :)
So cool- you are so talented.
your assignment looks ace! love those little shoe illustrations. hope you are feeling much better. and thanks for your sweet comment over on my blog. best wishes for chrissy and the new year x evie

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