So, I finished my book project, mostly because we had to have it done today, because, trust me, there’s a lot I think I could improve on or fix or add. Ignore the white paper sticking out of the first picture, it’s the grading rubric I had to stick in there. And yes, the last page is the Dancing Men cypher from “The Dancing Men” short story of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle’s Sherlock Holmes stories; I thought my hand was going to fall off doing it, but I think it’s worth it. (The encoded text is part of the opening of The Valley of Fearbecause that is literally my favorite interaction between the two of them.)
The page with the bees is painted and is not super detailed because I was more focused with putting as much paint on the page as possible in order to qualify it as my texture page. (We were required to have an artist page, a pop-out page, a self-portrait page, a texture page, and a text page, along with filler pages.) The words on the 5th page are from The Phantom of the Opera in the original French.
Sorry for the crappy quality of some of the pictures, I took them quickly before turning it in and sorry for how long this post is, for some reason the “read more” option is not on here.