Chinese Graphic Novel RAVL’S JOURNAL gets UK Release in Online Arts Magazine
RAVL’S JOURNAL tells the story of a successful painter and pianist from Kang Lin called Ravl, who is in love with a girl called Eva, who he has never met before. Eva lives in Yun City, a faraway place that Ravl has never been to. He embarks on a quest to find his true love, and has many adventures along the way.
Originally a printed publication produced in China, the story will now be posted on http://www.mediummagazine.net as a quarterly serial. The first chapter will appear in the October MM update (online now) and will continue in the new year update and throughout 2011.
RAVL’s JOURNAL is a beautifully illustrated production, mixing detailed pencil drawings with childlike sketches and masterful paintings. The text is left unedited from the flawed Chinese to English translation by the artist, lending it an exotic charm and heightening the surreal ambience of Ravl’s world.
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