More Than Meets The Eye #45 - The Backstory Of That Special Panel

Earlier today we brought you the short iTunes preview for More Than Meets The Eye issue 45, due to ship next week. In it, there's one very unusual panel depicting the characters in the form of toys in a grassy field, using a real photograph. As it turns out, Maz at TF Square One was the source of that photo, and he's written a blog post giving a behind the scenes of his involvement with the newest issue of MTMTE. Keep reading to see the panel in question, plus an excerpt from the blog and a link back to the full article!

In late June, I was contacted by MTMTE writer James Roberts about a photo project he wanted my assistance with, and frankly with my enthusiasm for the series (despite being a late joiner) I would have been insane to turn away from any such opportunity. James had kindly mentioned in the past how he liked some of the toy photography I had done for this blog and my articles elsewhere. I was asked whether I would be able to provide a photograph for an upcoming issue of MTMTE.

Read the full post at Square One
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