Pauli Boerman

C. A. Seaman
“Pauli Boerman”
Preparatory illustration for Christopher’s book “Manna”
Christopher said, “So the process of developing drawings from the computer images is ongoing. A lot of study and several test drawings later, this is where I want to go with Pauli, the main character. She is half Balinese Asian and half Dutch. Her hair will be dark mouse coloured and her eyes will be lighter than in the computer image. I haven’t decided on keeping them brown or making them green. This will be the first of three views- portrait, 3/4, profile. A full body model will follow soon.”

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Stanley Starling

C. A. Seaman
“Stanley Starling of the Air Museum”
Coloured pencil on watercolour paper
9″ X 12″

Stanley Starling of the Air Museum. This character is based upon the bird that found itself inside the National Air Force Museum just before Christmas last year. I actually caught him for a minute, but he wriggled out of my hands. I’ve never held a bird before and found the experience to be amazing.

In the end, he was caught and taken outside to enjoy the holidays in freedom. I wrote a story inspired by the incident and will self-publish it when I find time to do the illustrations.

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Manna page 1

C.A. Seaman
“Manna, page 1”
Powdered pastels illustration for graphic novel “Manna” written and illustrated by Cobourg artist C. A. Seaman. This is a new direction that Christopher has taken for illustrating his story.

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C. A. Seaman
From Free Comic Book Day
Coloured pencil and marker
Commissioned art on variant coverstock.
Coloured pencil and ink

Rural Rustic

C. A. Seaman
“Rural Rustic”
Ink drawing (black and colour)
8″ x 10″

Christopher is an author/illustrator living in Cobourg. He is currently working on his graphic novel ” Mana”. Based on Canada’s help given to the Dutch people during the war, he has extensively researched the architecture, fashion and autos and aircraft of that time period to portray the illustrations and narrative as accurately as possible to enhance his story.

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