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Orson Scott Card's Alvin Maker Series Adaptation

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Here is the sketch of Alvin Miller Jr. from the upcoming Alvin Maker Series adaptation, enjoy :)

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Below is the sketch of Napoleon, who appears in Red Prophet. Mr. Card explained to me that as Napoleon is really young in Red Prophet and still has a long way to go before he becomes Emperor that his uniform should be less elaborate, so in the graphic adaptation you'll notice the uniform changed from what you see below, enjoy and please feel free to give your feedback :)

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Another famous character that appears in Red Prophet is Ta-Kumsaw, enjoy, and all feedbacks are greatly appreciated :)

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Here are two versions of Ta-Kumsaw's brother Lolla-Wossiky, enjoy and all feedbacks are greatly appreciated

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Here is the sketch of Andrew Jackson, enjoy :)

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Those are pretty well-done sketches. I like how they have a touch of the anime feel to them without going wholly to be that way. A nice touch overall.
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WOW, Khan, nice talent. I too like the bit of anime-I like that style. I would Love to see them finished and/or in color. Not bad for 'sketches'!
Are there any women in the story? :smt061 Any sketches?
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I'm really happy that you both like the sketches :) LadyFlame my friend, here are some sketches of women from the story, enjoy :)


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Awesome! Thank you for sharing! :dancingbanana:
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WOW! Impressive Khan! I too would love to see these in color, brought to life.

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I'm sorry I took so long to reply to you but I was away meeting with authors. LadyFlame my friend, I received your PM and will respond to it as soon as I get a chance.

I'm happy that you like what you see, the first issue of Red Prophet comes out next month in all comic book stores. There will be 6 issues and then once completed they will be all compiled into a graphic novel and found in all bookstores. If you do go to a comic bookstore, please give your retailer the 'item code and the 'title' information and they'll be able to order it for you:


Item Code Title

JAN062956F TALES OF ALVIN MAKER RED PROPHET #1
ARLEM CVR A

JAN062957F TALES OF ALVIN MAKER RED PROPHET #1
BUXTON CVR B

Here is the sketch of AmorofGod Weaver and Bill Harrison, enjoy :)

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Here is a sketch of Bill Harrison. One thing that Scott told us is that during this time period no one really carried guns on them like cowboys, because they mostly carried their muskets in the back of their wagons most of the time, so the gun belt will go in the adaptation ;) Enjoy :)

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Here are the sketches of Chicky-Saw and Chok-Taw, enjoy :)

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