Ten years after I initially started, I finally finished Dostoyevsky's The Idiot. Despite my inability to grasp the narrative at 19 years old, it's a pretty straightforward story told through Dostoyevsky's incredibly ornate idiom. A groovy and kinda epileptic prince(played in my drawing by an unsuspecting Dmitri)returns to Russia to find his last remaining family. Whilst in St. Petersburg, he chases after classy broads, they chase after him, he makes a mortal enemy (obviously) and he blows people away every time he opens his mouth with his simple world views.
I can't stop futzing around with channels and color separation. I'm not 100% sure I know exactly what I'm doing yet but it sure looks good at times. The final cover is on the bottom.