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Guest blogger Rob Davis: Don Quixote and the Truth of Colour

Quixote sneaks out first thing in the morning, so early the sky is green. I’ll start with a mammoth digression (hang in there): My good friend/Landlord/illustration mentor, Mike Charlton, and I once spent an entire lunch break arguing about truth … Continue reading

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Guest blogger: Rob Davis – Don Quixote, volume one

I’m 12 days into my allotted 8 month adaptation of Don Quixote – Volume One. Before I even started drawing a pitch or writing scenes I had a few basic ideas that would define my adaptation, one of these was … Continue reading

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Quixotic

Sancho by Rob Davis We are delighted to announce our latest graphic novel adaptation! The artist and adaptor is none other than the enormously talented Rob Davis, who’s been working on a pitch for SelfMadeHero for a while now. It’s … Continue reading

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