Some people might have been aware that I’ve been working on a project for the last two years or so. It is still a long way from completion but I am REALLY excited to share the first chapter of this graphic novel with everyone!
Noa’s Ark is a sci-fi adaptation of the widely popular biblical story. Inspired by cosmology and great scientists who share their passions for the pursuit of secrets of the cosmos, Noa’s Ark is filled with the grandeur and mystic beauty of the universe, yet tells an intensely intimate tale.
Noa’s Ark is being updated frequently with new pages here as a webcomic.
For those who don’t want to wait for updates, digital copies of the first Chapter can be purchased here for 2.49CAD. It features an exclusive Chapter 2 preview, and it’s also the best way to show support!
If you like it, please share it, or tell your friends about it!
Hellll-o! So, I spent last weekend getting ready for the upcoming Vancouver Comic Arts Festival. I will be debuting my new 24-page comic book My Eurydice at the event, as well as a limited edition (of 50) of Haikucomics, which features -drum roll please – an original monoprint on the cover! Of course, Dear Beloved Stranger will be available for purchase as well. Hope I’ll get to see y’all this weekend!
Some seven months after the announcement of the final Xeric Grant winners, Urban-FairyTales.com is proud to present creator Dino Pai’s grant-winning debut graphic novel Dear Beloved Stranger.
“Dino Pai’s sweet and surprising debut works at a number of levels: it is a fairy tale, an ode to lost love, and a young artist’s search for his place in the world. What I find most refreshing and compelling about this debut is the way Dino uses shifting drawing styles and modes of storytelling to a convey the emotional and philosophical turmoil of his young protagonist.” — Matt Madden, author of 99 Ways to Tell a Story: Exercises in Styleand co-author of Drawing Words & Writing Pictures and Mastering Comics
About Dino Pai – Having graduated with a bachelor’s degree in illustration from Parsons the New School for Design in New York in 2007, Dino is currently working as a children’s art teacher in his hometown Vancouver. His latest comic works can be found right here on Urban-FairyTales.com.
Feel free to download the preview for Dear Beloved Stranger here.