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Paul Wills
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Ok - definitely one of my life's highlights. Thanks!
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A turnaround of Xavier's "new" chair...

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Itís unhealthy how much Iím hoping this becomes an actual series. 
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I desire an update. Any update.  I considered using the words "require" and "need" but decided "desire" was sufficient, for now. I can always escalate from there ;)

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JB, are those hand sketches of Professor X's wheel chair, traces of a printout, or the actual printout? 
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No.
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Not exactly what I was looking for. I'll be more specific in the future. 
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That was a lighthearted joke about the way that last question was put to you. 

I know many of us check this page regularly, hoping for any new drawing, news, experiment with wheelchair, etc. We do it because we appreciate your work. A lot. 
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And I appreciate that.

But I have begged, pleaded, groveled and beseeched that people not phrase their questions as multiple choice. It's even in the Forum Decorum. And yet people still do it -- usually with guesses that are wrong.

Imagine how frustrating that is for me.

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Darren Taylor
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John, looking back on auld artwork adversely affected Dorian Gray, while it inspired the Pre-Raphaelites.

While you were researching the various plot points and elements for this wonderful project, you must have come face-to-face with many aspects of your own process' of the period. 

In some ways, it must have been slightly akin to the 2000 film..."Frequency" (Dennis Quaid), in-so-far as you were party to a bit of apparent time-asynchronicity. 

Those process' won't just have included the artwork but also, plotting, pacing the story, panel layouts, where you thought the balloon placement ought to have gone, for example.

What I find exciting about this project, is that similarly to the film, the present effects the past and then the past effects the present.

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Sorry. I will try again. What is the source of the wheel chair view?

I ask because it looks as though there are light pencil lines on the images, but it was noted as being rendered earlier.


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