20 thoughts on “Leaving

  1. Thank you Junuka
    Nikon I always worry that (1) such intensity will scare away people who visit inktales (2) I can’t keep it up forever. But drawing it out is one way to deal with la choses de la vie.


  2. Shiva says:

    Its got the feel of a poem set to panels…Very nice…

    Ever thought of a graphic poem…or maybe graphic interpretations of classic poems?


  3. @Lekha: Thank you…you know conversations with you inspired parts of this post? I’m more or less used to life here again.
    @Shiva: I’ve been thinking of that – this one was conceived as poetry, though the rhythm can be improved in a couple of panels. I’ll try some graphic interpretations of some of my favorite poems and see how it works – it’s a great idea!


  4. Radhika says:

    Just came across your blog and LOVE it! This is really beautiful – and as some of the others pointed out, strangely intense. You’ve got yourself a new fan 🙂


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