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Lackadaisy Scrapbook by tracyjb Lackadaisy Scrapbook by tracyjb
I've been working on this, among other things, pretty intensely the past couple of weeks. It's all rather silly I suppose, but I had a lot of fun with it.
It's actually just background artwork for the flap pages of the volume 1 book collection but I wanted to use that space to say a little something about the characters illustratively.
(The layout in print form will be different - more horizontal than vertical so that it spans two pages.)

It's a combination of pencil art, digital painting and utilizing old photos of my ancestors to create custom texture brushes for the antiquing effects.

The comic this pertains to can be found at the Lackadaisy web site
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Given 2008-05-18
*tracyjb's artwork has always been of such wonderful detail, but this piece proves that there's even more detail hidden behind the artwork, with lengthy tales and entire lives lived out within her mind. Lackadaisy Scrapbook speaks volumes for her as well as for her multitude of wonderful characters! ( Suggested by SecretWalrus and Featured by skifi )
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bloody brilliant
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troytaylor2 Dec 11, 2012  Student Interface Designer
Let me geese they where like a circus
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:iconchips13:
I love the details you put into these, I enjoy analysing each and every of them! =)

Both Atlas and Mitzi always had that detached look on their faces, even in their marriage photo... xD
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:iconrybirdrule:
So Victor was in world war 1? Damn, I am loving this comic. You have so much awesome imagery of the times and your work is such high quality.
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:iconsalocinist:
"Elijah Metzger"....?
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OfTheBlessed Aug 16, 2013
Apparently "Metzger" means butcher.  So, it kind of works, huh?
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