I always get lots of ideas after comic conventions and festivals; my recent visit to Angouleme is no exception!
I've been brainstorming how to finish BABY MAKES THREE and researching historic settings for some pitch art. Also in my brain is how to reprint some good older work that is either out of print (YBIL) or soon to be out of print (CAVALCADE).
And of course, the thing I want to do most, a compilation of my travel sketches. I've gone through all my old sketchbooks, finding some old gems, and last night I drafted this cover. I would like to print this the same height as all my other TPBs, but slightly narrower—which happens to be the dimensions of my little pretentious Moleskin sketchbooks.
Let's not jump to conclusions—first, I've not actually asked Xavier to translate my annotations. Nor have I actually selected sketches or annotated them (ok, sure, maybe I have some drafted from the sketchblog, but far from all).
And, of course, I have yet to go to Brazil and Argentina, which I would really like to do for this book. Research trip and all... So, lots to do before this project becomes a reality.
What do you think I should pursue? Baby Makes Three, reprinting older work (perhaps with some new material), pitches to publishers, or travel sketchbook?