"Let me have your name, and I will ask Glinda if she will receive you." They told who they were, and the girl soldier went into the Castle. After a few moments she came back to say that Dorothy and the others were to be admitted at once.
This is the Chapter 23 illustration, though maybe it pertains a little better to the end of chapter 22. Wrapping up the journey through Oz, finally!
I have a couple more illustrations to post, and will be launching a Kickstarter for the Oz book (with Make that Thing, friends who are good at production & fulfillment) in the near future.

"Let me have your name, and I will ask Glinda if she will receive you." They told who they were, and the girl soldier went into the Castle. After a few moments she came back to say that Dorothy and the others were to be admitted at once.

This is the Chapter 23 illustration, though maybe it pertains a little better to the end of chapter 22. Wrapping up the journey through Oz, finally!

I have a couple more illustrations to post, and will be launching a Kickstarter for the Oz book (with Make that Thing, friends who are good at production & fulfillment) in the near future.

The four travelers passed through the rest of the forest in safety, and when they came out from its gloom saw before them a steep hill, covered from top to bottom with great pieces of rock.
"That will be a hard climb," said the Scarecrow, "but we must get over the hill, nevertheless."
This is the chapter 22 opener. ALMOST DONE posting everything here. I counted it all up a little while ago and there are 88 illustrations in total! Anyway I’ll be talking about the plan for the print book shortly…
This one was a little tricky, as I wanted to situate it at the start of the chapter when they reach the hill, and also show a little of Quadling Country beyond, as that’s also a significant part of the chapter and there’s not really another chance to see much of it.
The little heads peeking out are the hammerheads.

The four travelers passed through the rest of the forest in safety, and when they came out from its gloom saw before them a steep hill, covered from top to bottom with great pieces of rock.

"That will be a hard climb," said the Scarecrow, "but we must get over the hill, nevertheless."

This is the chapter 22 opener. ALMOST DONE posting everything here. I counted it all up a little while ago and there are 88 illustrations in total! Anyway I’ll be talking about the plan for the print book shortly…

This one was a little tricky, as I wanted to situate it at the start of the chapter when they reach the hill, and also show a little of Quadling Country beyond, as that’s also a significant part of the chapter and there’s not really another chance to see much of it.

The little heads peeking out are the hammerheads.

There were tigers and elephants and bears and wolves and foxes and all the others in the natural history, and for a moment Dorothy was afraid. But the Lion explained that the animals were holding a meeting, and he judged by their snarling and growling that they were in great trouble.
Chapter 21!
If you’re in Portland, OR, this weekend, I’ll be at Rose City Comic Con!

There were tigers and elephants and bears and wolves and foxes and all the others in the natural history, and for a moment Dorothy was afraid. But the Lion explained that the animals were holding a meeting, and he judged by their snarling and growling that they were in great trouble.

Chapter 21!

If you’re in Portland, OR, this weekend, I’ll be at Rose City Comic Con!

For three days Dorothy heard nothing from Oz.  These were sad days for the little girl, although her friends were all quite happy and contented.
Chapter 17! Skipping around a little here. This is actually the very last drawing I made for the Oz book: I finished it last week and now the book is DONE AND READY TO GO VERY SOON. I’ve been posting art early on the Patreon.

For three days Dorothy heard nothing from Oz.  These were sad days for the little girl, although her friends were all quite happy and contented.

Chapter 17! Skipping around a little here. This is actually the very last drawing I made for the Oz book: I finished it last week and now the book is DONE AND READY TO GO VERY SOON. I’ve been posting art early on the Patreon.