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Bryan Lee O’Malley’s Signature: The Game ⊟

Duncan Robson, creator of the Microcartridge series of personal snapshot games in WarioWare DIY, made this one about, and during, a Seconds signing event with author Bryan Lee O’Malley.

The signature was actually done by O’Malley at the event! So by playing this microgame, Duncan is signing his authentic autograph. I love this.

By the way, if you haven’t read it, you can learn more about Duncan and the Microcartridge project in our feature. :)

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"Seconds" roughs to ink and color. 
Story and roughs by me, inks by myself and Jason Fischer, color by Nathan Fairbairn, letters by Dustin Harbin. I love how much care and detail EVERYONE put into their work on this page. You can tell Nathan is a Canadian because of his intimate knowledge of snow and ice.
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"Seconds" roughs to ink and color. 
Story and roughs by me, inks by myself and Jason Fischer, color by Nathan Fairbairn, letters by Dustin Harbin. I love how much care and detail EVERYONE put into their work on this page. You can tell Nathan is a Canadian because of his intimate knowledge of snow and ice.
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"Seconds" roughs to ink and color.
Story and roughs by me, inks by myself and Jason Fischer, color by Nathan Fairbairn, letters by Dustin Harbin. I love how much care and detail EVERYONE put into their work on this page. You can tell Nathan is a Canadian because of his intimate knowledge of snow and ice.

youngcassie:

That moment when you consciously make the decision to buy a certain type and colour of dresser because Bryan Lee O’Malley made it so.

hahaha…

The dresser in Seconds was inspired by a green dresser that was in one of my toronto apartments. It was there when I moved in, and I left it when I moved out. I used it and wondered what its story was.
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youngcassie:

That moment when you consciously make the decision to buy a certain type and colour of dresser because Bryan Lee O’Malley made it so.

hahaha…

The dresser in Seconds was inspired by a green dresser that was in one of my toronto apartments. It was there when I moved in, and I left it when I moved out. I used it and wondered what its story was.
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youngcassie:

That moment when you consciously make the decision to buy a certain type and colour of dresser because Bryan Lee O’Malley made it so.

hahaha…

The dresser in Seconds was inspired by a green dresser that was in one of my toronto apartments. It was there when I moved in, and I left it when I moved out. I used it and wondered what its story was.

Here’s an example of a rough Seconds page vs a finished page. I drew the whole book in rough form, using a Cintiq tablet and Photoshop, and edited the story along the way. The final version was later inked by myself and Jason Fischer, colored by Nathan Fairbairn and lettered by Dustin Harbin. For those wondering, it was “penciled” digitally but later PRINTED OUT in blue ink and INKED TRADITIONALLY, with Jason and I both working on the same page.

This is page 195 in the final book, which was coded S5.8.2 in the rough files (Seconds: Chapter 5, Scene 8, Page 2). I used a simple code system until the story was locked, so I could add and remove scenes without screwing up all the numbering.
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Here’s an example of a rough Seconds page vs a finished page. I drew the whole book in rough form, using a Cintiq tablet and Photoshop, and edited the story along the way. The final version was later inked by myself and Jason Fischer, colored by Nathan Fairbairn and lettered by Dustin Harbin. For those wondering, it was “penciled” digitally but later PRINTED OUT in blue ink and INKED TRADITIONALLY, with Jason and I both working on the same page.

This is page 195 in the final book, which was coded S5.8.2 in the rough files (Seconds: Chapter 5, Scene 8, Page 2). I used a simple code system until the story was locked, so I could add and remove scenes without screwing up all the numbering.
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Here’s an example of a rough Seconds page vs a finished page. I drew the whole book in rough form, using a Cintiq tablet and Photoshop, and edited the story along the way. The final version was later inked by myself and Jason Fischer, colored by Nathan Fairbairn and lettered by Dustin Harbin. For those wondering, it was “penciled” digitally but later PRINTED OUT in blue ink and INKED TRADITIONALLY, with Jason and I both working on the same page.

This is page 195 in the final book, which was coded S5.8.2 in the rough files (Seconds: Chapter 5, Scene 8, Page 2). I used a simple code system until the story was locked, so I could add and remove scenes without screwing up all the numbering.