U.K. illustrator Warwick Cadwell gave himself an assignment: draw a panel a day for a hundred days. The result is “100 Days in the Gungle”, a beautiful silent strip revolving around a hunting party of deadly Amazonian beauties, a giant purple frog, the Coconut Robot, Bad Cracker and Tribe of One.
Now that the 100 days are over, Warwick is selling the individual panels. “They are mainly A6 pencil drawings on hand cut Bristol board,” he tells me. “Some are A5. Each drawing will be sold with a digital colour print of the finished art.”
“I loved the 100 day project,” says Warwick, “and had always planned to sell the images to try and fund some self publishing.”
Serious inquiries can contact him through his blog.