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Illustrations done for the Nausicaa manga ===== Manga began running in monthly 'Animage' in Feb. 1982, collected in order of appearance ===== Notes: I don't remember what I drew this for.

Illustrations done for the Nausicaa manga ===== Manga began running in monthly 'Animage' in Feb. 1982, collected in order of appearance ===== Notes: I don't remember what I drew this for.

Illustrations done for the Nausicaa manga ===== Manga began running in monthly 'Animage' in Feb. 1982, collected in order of appearance ===== Notes: Nausicaa's flying hat with goggles. Appeared on the back cover to all 7 volumes of 'Animage' Comics Wide Ban 'Nausicaa of the Valley of the Wind'.

Illustrations done for the Nausicaa manga ===== Manga began running in monthly 'Animage' in Feb. 1982, collected in order of appearance ===== Notes: Nausicaa's flying hat with goggles. Appeared on the back cover to all 7 volumes of 'Animage' Comics Wide Ban 'Nausicaa of the Valley of the Wind'.

Illustrations done for the Nausicaa manga ===== Manga began running in monthly 'Animate' in Feb. 1982, collected in order of appearance ===== Notes: This picture was made into a poster included in the pages of 'Animage' & used for quite a few other things. But I don't recall personally giving it the title 'The Battle of Torumekia'. I think that was added by the editors of 'Animage'.

Illustrations done for the Nausicaa manga ===== Manga began running in monthly 'Animate' in Feb. 1982, collected in order of appearance ===== Notes: This picture was made into a poster included in the pages of 'Animage' & used for quite a few other things. But I don't recall personally giving it the title 'The Battle of Torumekia'. I think that was added by the editors of 'Animage'.

Illustrations done for the Nausicaa manga ===== Manga began running in monthly 'Animage' in Feb. 1982, collected in order of appearance ===== Notes: I knew as I was drawing that Nausicaa would never pose like this. There are a lot of pieces I drew despite such contradictions.

Illustrations done for the Nausicaa manga ===== Manga began running in monthly 'Animage' in Feb. 1982, collected in order of appearance ===== Notes: I knew as I was drawing that Nausicaa would never pose like this. There are a lot of pieces I drew despite such contradictions.

Illustrations done for the Nausicaa manga ===== Manga began running in monthly 'Animage' in Feb. 1982, collected in order of appearance ===== Notes: 1 of 7 pictures I was asked to do for a calendar. The pictures of the worm handlers or the God Warrior were things I was pretty sure were going to happen, but the story wasn't finished yet at all.

Illustrations done for the Nausicaa manga ===== Manga began running in monthly 'Animage' in Feb. 1982, collected in order of appearance ===== Notes: 1 of 7 pictures I was asked to do for a calendar. The pictures of the worm handlers or the God Warrior were things I was pretty sure were going to happen, but the story wasn't finished yet at all.

Illustrations done for the Nausicaa manga ===== Manga began running in monthly 'Animage' in Feb. 1982, collected in order of appearance ===== Notes: I believe I drew this near the beginning of serialization, but I can't remember what I drew it for.

Illustrations done for the Nausicaa manga ===== Manga began running in monthly 'Animage' in Feb. 1982, collected in order of appearance ===== Notes: I believe I drew this near the beginning of serialization, but I can't remember what I drew it for.

Illustrations done for the Nausicaa manga ===== Manga began running in monthly 'Animage' in Feb. 1982, collected in order of appearance ===== Notes: 1 of 7 pictures I was asked to do for a calendar.

Illustrations done for the Nausicaa manga ===== Manga began running in monthly 'Animage' in Feb. 1982, collected in order of appearance ===== Notes: 1 of 7 pictures I was asked to do for a calendar.

Illustrations done for the Nausicaa manga ===== Manga began running in monthly 'Animage' in Feb. 1982, collected in order of appearance ===== Notes: The 1st page of every issue always gives me endless trouble. I paste a bit of paper over the rejected panel, draw again, & paste a 3rd layer on top of that, then cut the whole thing out & tape a new piece onto the back of the page. I used this 1 as an insert here, presumably b/c I didn't want to waste it, & had a flash of inspiration.

Illustrations done for the Nausicaa manga ===== Manga began running in monthly 'Animage' in Feb. 1982, collected in order of appearance ===== Notes: The 1st page of every issue always gives me endless trouble. I paste a bit of paper over the rejected panel, draw again, & paste a 3rd layer on top of that, then cut the whole thing out & tape a new piece onto the back of the page. I used this 1 as an insert here, presumably b/c I didn't want to waste it, & had a flash of inspiration.

Illustrations done for the Nausicaa manga ===== Manga began running in monthly 'Animage' in Feb. 1982, collected in order of appearance ===== Notes: Every illustration that appeared on the magazine's cover still embarrasses me to death for all kinds of reasons. But the primary purpose of a cover illustration is to attract the reader's attention.  Because of this I feel a sort of submissive shame towards those pictures.

Illustrations done for the Nausicaa manga ===== Manga began running in monthly 'Animage' in Feb. 1982, collected in order of appearance ===== Notes: Every illustration that appeared on the magazine's cover still embarrasses me to death for all kinds of reasons. But the primary purpose of a cover illustration is to attract the reader's attention. Because of this I feel a sort of submissive shame towards those pictures.

Illustrations done for the Nausicaa manga ===== Manga began running in monthly 'Animage' in Feb. 1982, collected in order of appearance ===== Notes: It's much easier to draw pictures that are taking place within the story. I drew this at a smaller size than the other manga covers because I thought it would work well enlarged. I'm not an illustrator, & I've never cared if my lines turn out looking sharp or not. I tend to want my lines to vanish completely.

Illustrations done for the Nausicaa manga ===== Manga began running in monthly 'Animage' in Feb. 1982, collected in order of appearance ===== Notes: It's much easier to draw pictures that are taking place within the story. I drew this at a smaller size than the other manga covers because I thought it would work well enlarged. I'm not an illustrator, & I've never cared if my lines turn out looking sharp or not. I tend to want my lines to vanish completely.

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