Friday, May 26, 2006

I have dreams of one day owning my own factory on the edge of town. In my factory I’ll make Tortilla Chips, or maybe Cactus Candy or Chewy Pecan Log Rolls or something. And in my factory, on all the walls, silos and smokestacks, you’ll see the quality logo of Justin Patrick Parpan:

If you want to work in my factory on the edge of town, please contact me or one of my associates and well get back to you real soon!

Monday, May 22, 2006

Here’s some new-fangled end paper designs for the book. I embraced my primitive side, and really went caveman on this particular version. So I hope no ones to repulsed by the crudeness of it all.

Saturday, May 13, 2006

Lonelier then a Trucker on a Midnight Run…

Here’s a tiny piece from one of the new illustrations. It’s from a scene near the end of the story, when Gwango finally reaches the end of the lonely trail. He’s alone, he’s dejected-- he’s the loneliest prehistoric reptile this side of the Rio Grand!

I also wanted to announce the start of a fantastic new blog! The amazing work of Cal Arts Character Animation graduate Jesus Chambrot can be seen HERE!