Or, Why It Sucks To Be Grantaire. Because, surely, sleeping through an insurrection and waking up only to find that the one man you "loved, admired and venerated" is about to bite the bullet (okay, twelve) has to qualify as Worst Day Of Your Life. ROFL!
I'm insane. I'm pretty sure of it, anyway, because what could *possibly* possess anyone to illustrate an entire chapter of Victor Hugo's infamous brick?
It seemed a fun idea at the time...
Colour pencils are great to draw with because they don't smudge. Unfortunately, colour pencils are also a right royal pain because, once you make a dark mark, it stays there, and nothing short of napalm will get it out. I still like them anyway.
I may or may not put the rest of the pages up here, depending on mood, how long it takes to finish each one, and whether my grey pencil will hold out until the last page. It'll be up *somewhere*, at any rate.
Grey & black colour pencils, tinted and lettered in Corel.Les Misérables
written by Victor Hugo, translated by Charles Wilbour and mangled by Farlander.