No one! - Page 106 of the cartoon about Phill from GCHQ - a free comic that I have been working on since September 2016.
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Introduction to this weeks page
I have known how this page should look for quite a while, and maybe for that reason I have had a hard time making it. Only yesterday morning did I get into it and I have been drawing since then, up till now being in doubt if I would make the self-induced Thursday deadline - but here we are. Yesterday I got the Gwendolyn facial expression in place which was the great obstacle. I solved it by taking some inspiration from François Bourgeon and his wonderful comic, Les Passagers du vent whose lead character Isa has some similarities with Gwendolyn. So today was monster day. As you can see on the last frame there's both the Bwbach from page 69 and 70 and the Tylwyth Teg - The fair folk - from page 98. There's a lot of other strange apparitions, some of which is founded in Celtic lore or art, and some that are solely founded in my imagination.
I will write about them next Thursday.
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