Category Archives: Harold

Comments on The Big Belch

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Yes I’m working hard on The Big Belch.

I actually have it out for the first round of comments. Not only have my dear friends told me I’ve got some revisions to do, but one said and I quote, “Were you trying to kill yourself!”

Her point being I guess that I’m an idiot who signed on for the huge amount of drawing done already and a lot more to go.

Vastly underestimated what I was getting into. Really thought it would take less time. Beginners mistake, never having done a graphic novel before. But I am actually getting somewhere. So there is hope. Really.

It’s Ja-Mon, ©Kay Wood, New art from The Big Belch graphic novel

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Earth Day

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Happy Earth Day! Be kind to your planet.
Best,
Kay

 The Big Belch, picnic, ©2013 Kay Wood

Oh – and in case you’re wondering, yes I’m working hard on The Big Belch. In this page Monty, Maureen, Fletcher and François have a picnic lunch with Harold.

New Big Belch art – poor Harold

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Poor Harold, The Big Belch ©2013 Kay Wood

Good news

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Big Oil wants to hire MicroGreene, Big Belch ©2013 Kay WoodPhil just got off the phone with Ted Fullbore at Big Oil. Things just might be looking up for MircoGreene, the struggling start-up owned by Phil and George and the place Harold works.

Thank you Big Belch supporters!

The Big Belch ©2013 Kay Wood
http://www.kickstarter.com/projects/704467087/the-big-belch-graphic-novel

Trouble starts

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And here it is – the moment when Harold brings Monty and Maureen into his troubles at MicroGreen, which are only just beginning.

The Big Belch, Harold tells Monty and Maureen his troubles, Kay Wood ©2013

Full page art from The Big Belch – poor Harold’s troubles start

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Been working hard on The Big Belch and here’s a full pager continuing with how Harold gets into the world threatening mess and drags in the whole Cane and Able household to help him get out of it…

Harold thinks he has problems now ©2013 Kay Wood, The Big Belch

Harold thinks he has problems now – just wait.
The Big Belch ©2013 Kay Wood

Thank you so much to The Big Belch graphic novel project backers. And to those of you who haven’t so far, please do consider it. Time goes pretty darn fast.