War Is hell #9 Original art panel Page
Issue is 1st App Death. Great bottom panel of her lurking. Bronze Age goodness.
pencils - dick ayers inks - frank springer
John Kowalski looks for survivors in a war-torn town in Poland hit hard by bombing when the cloaked figure of Death catches his attention in this page from the horror series created in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 10" x 15". Panels 1 and 2 are original art correction paste-ups, production tape in the top and bottom (does not affect art), as well as some minor whiteout text corrections.
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Part 2 How did it happen? Here’s the story 💕 #Repost behindthesceneswpg with get_repost
It has been said that the best things happen to us when we least expect them. That is often the case for finding relationships, finding a new job, or in Danille’s case, discovering a life-changing business. It was never her plan to launch a scrunchie business, but it happened due to a fortunate stroke of serendipity. In November of 2018 she asked her crafty mother-in-law to sew scrunchies for her nine girlfriends for Christmas. “Gwen is a Martha Stewart grandma,” explains Danille. “She makes things with such care.”
Shortly after Gwen had finished sewing the scrunchies, Danille was the focus of a photoshoot that was shot by her friend Jamie. The intent was to shoot some behind the scenes images of Danille working as a hairdresser but they soon realized that some props would be necessary. Jamie saw 4 scrunchies on the table and asked Danille if she could incorporate them into the shots. The girls had no idea that this move would prove to be brilliant. When Jamie sent the edited shots to Danille later that night, a lightbulb went off. “These are amazing!” thought Danille. She immediately created an Instagram account and wrote “DM for orders” in the bio.
When their IG page launched, the ladies had 4 yards of fabric and zero inventory. They learned VERY quickly that this would not suffice when their first order came in for 100. Before they knew it, shops around Winnipeg were begging for scrunchies. They were a hit at shops and local markets alike, and the ladies even partnered with the Jets for a Whiteout scrunchie. The level of success they have reached in under a year is incredible, and it can be credited to well-made products and the strong, kind women who run the business. “We navigate this business through kindness”, Danille explains. “We are flawed in many ways, but we know that you can make something great out of your past if you just keep moving forward.”
A note from the blogger: Danille, it was a pleasure meeting you and hearing your story. Thank you for inspiring me and many others ❤
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