For my fourth illustration of the imagination of a child, I decided to have my little girl playing with some toy cars within a city made-up of blocks, Legos, boxes, and books. When I was a child, I used to play with my brother's Legos and try to build cities out of them. I even also used to play with his toy cars. Both of those memories became the inspiration for this illustration.
This is the first comic of the semester where I got to use lettering to help tell the story. I did all of the lettering and word balloons by hand. This is also the first comic where I got to use my robot character named Robot.
This comic is based upon the 7 deadly sins. I decided to have my story take place a library, where the librarian is watching her customers do a variety of different things, that happen to be the 7 sins.
Unlike my past few comics, I decided to use ink wash instead of hatching cross-hatching. Overall, I like this technique better, and makes the comic more easy to read.