Of course I shipped this way later than I ought to have. I'm sorry for the poor cell phone pics - I was determined to get to the post office no matter what, so I figured since it's my book, it's OK if I don't have the best pictures of it.
Page 1: Just inside the cover, a TARDIS. As much as I love Doctor Who, I've never tried to draw anything remotely Whovian. I had meant to draw the TARDIS and then cut the doors so they folded open, but then I realized drawing it at this angle, while more dynamic, meant the doors would open angled and so I didn't bother cutting through. Next time!
Page 2: Since I decided not to cut open the doors, this page didn't serve quite the same purpose. I stuck a few stickers on it - I drew the bunny and owl ones. If anyone else would like to add stickers or postage stamps, feel free. I'll be including bunny and owl stickers in the pockets of people's books.
Page 3: You've seen:
Page 4: I drew this in after page 5. I only meant to draw something that didn't clash with page 5, so simple black ink for this Andalusian stallion.
Page 5: this is a sketch that Dawn Wolf from Art of Dawn made in my sketch book during Wondercon. (also illustrator of Zombie Ranch web comic.)
Some slightly better photos I took earlier:
Page 6: I've been playing Bioshock Infinite, and I was maybe inspired by that to draw this songbird. It's not really the one from the game as I haven't gotten to a part where I see that bird very clearly yet, but I know it's important to the plot, so I just drew a steampunk-y bird and let it flow to page 7 for Andrea to finish. I don't know what it has to say, that would be printed on the scroll that spools from it's beak, so it'll be interesting to find out. :)
I received Aya's book yesterday and am sketching in it tonight, so I'll post some progress shots as soon as I have something. I love the image she put on the back pocket... ;)