Fables For Japan 2 – now available to download…

Fables for Japan II (131 pages of amazing stories and beautiful art) is ready for download

…for only $2.95.

100% of which goes to the Red Cross in care of the earthquake victims in Japan.

Great stories for a Great Cause!

The group contributing to both books of “Fables for Japan” is made up of writers, artists, animators, game artists, poets, and students from around the world who have come together to help those affected by the earthquakes.

…and this time around includes work by my friends Andrew Segal and Andy Catling with their work on the illustrated story, “The Teahouse”

Plus! A small contribution from me, namely a few background prints and a title page (there was going to be more, but other work got in the way as always) illustrating a preview of a new fiction piece, “The Waking: Spirits of the Noh,”  by Christopher Golden (yes, THAT Christopher Golden)… writing under the pseudonym Thomas Randall.

Meanwhile, here’s a pic of the work in progress:

and some early pencils and the start of the inking process etc.

And the links to the Fables In Japan webpages:

Official Website: http://www.fables4japan.com

Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Fables4Japan

Follow us on Twitter: http://twitter.com/#!/search/fables4japan

~ by hesir on January 10, 2012.

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  1. Thank you for bringing this to my attention. I was deployed in support of Operation Tomodachi (a military operation to assist in Sendai and Fukushima) and I am glad to purchase a copy in order to support the victims. I really admire what you are doing to help.


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