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Magic Trixie Paperback – July 22, 2008
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I paint all the illustrations on the page myself. The process goes from pencil drawing to color with no actual 'inking' at all. By that I mean there is no india ink used. It is all watercolor with a watercolor painted line in lieu of the traditional comic book 'inking'.
I hope that helps fill in the gaps as far as color and technique.
Today could probably be called a bad day, from Magic Trixie's point of view. As always, her new baby sister is hogging everyone's attention. Her grandpa beat her down the stairs so she has to eat prune pancakes for breakfast, her dad won't drive her to work, she brought the wrong lunch to school, and now to top it all off next week is show-and-tell week and Trixie doesn't have anything she can do to impress her friends. That is, until she gets a cunning plan. A plan that goes wrong in all the right ways.Read more ›
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I got this book after a recommendation from A Mighty Girl's site so we were expecting a heroine story, and we were dissapointed. Read morePublished 23 months ago by Victoria Miller
We've had Jill Thompson's Scary Godmother and Magic Trixie books for years. Two kids have enjoyed them, starting from when they were too young to read (and Dad too tired to make it... Read morePublished on November 1, 2011 by Steve Kopka