Just a little reminiscing about a moment at the start of this adventure

“The moment you doubt whether you can fly, you cease for ever to be able to do it.”
― J.M. Barrie, Peter Pan

At some point in creating all of this, I needed to move it forward. Obvious, sure, but it requires some clear decision-making. What was I making? The travel theme had always been there, from the start, and the personalisation element as well. I had an entire back story – a whole, interwoven mesh of people, relationships, events… mysteries and connections. So, reality dictated that I narrow it down. Deciding on a book format was easy, and I felt solid with my (lengthy) storyboard. No problem to fit it in 34 pages. Or so I thought…

Nevermind the practical questions at hand, I was struggling with shaping it and increasingly desperate to see it – in its own style. To be fair, I’d perused artist’s portfolios for months, tapping here and there, and then… I found two artists whose work I absolutely adored. After one conversation, the next step was very clear. I knew Isabella needed to come to London, to meet at least. So she, and her lovely boyfriend, hopped on a plane and began their own whimsical iGoStories adventure.

And so the London story boarding was agreed. Isabella’s next visit kicked off a wonderful adventure in London.

Here’s to the start of wonderful things…

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