20 February 2007

Ranpa 1/2 (a kind of birthday card comic thing)

Birthday Comic page 1 of 4
Birthday Comic page 2 of 4
Birthday Comic page 3 of 4
Birthday Comic page 4 of 4


Every year I put some kind of story together for my daughter's birthday. Previous years stories can be seen on the blog here and here and purchased here. This is her story for this year, a rip-off of her favourite comic, Ranma 1/2 by Rumiko Takahashi. She recently declared herself gothic so that gets a reference too. The two characters, Petunia and Papa Petalbum, are from last year's book, which you simply must buy for a relatively small sum of money and well worth every penny. For those who don't know, the Wirral is a strange place across the water from here.

7 comments:

Inconsequential said...

cool stuff :)

CdV said...

especially love the transition from big bear frame to big pig frame. Have been notified that your book has been shipped. Can't WAIT to have it, flick the pages and read it!!!

Natalie said...

Lovely,especially the colour combinations and of course, as always, the joyfully inventive story and drawing. Another happy birthday for Petunia.

Dem said...

Heyup - or should I say Moi - to you all. I've been away from pcs in Finland. There are pcs here in Finland but not where I've been for the last few days´. Every part of my body aches from the nordic tortures of snowboarding, skiing and ice-hockey. I did catch the national fish of Finland this morning though - it was T H A T ! big. Now the Finnish national polis are after me so I'm keepin me ead dahn. Anyway...

Cheers Inc!

I hope the book is worth the wait CdV - let me know what you think...

Thanks Natalie - I meant to mention and forgot - the colours in this are courtesy of some water colour pencils that PP got me for Christmas.

Back to blighty tomorrow, photos and videos of Finnish pain ordeals to follow...

Lolabola said...

Buy the book! buy the book! I bought it and still love it.

Dem said...

Yay, cheers for the endorsement Lolabola!

(Now back in blighty but pc commandeered by belligerent home worker academics...)

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