Bullseye Art is On Target

Visuals can be summoning. A lake at sunset, a view of woods being deforested because of a bug infestation, a darkness that mostly blankets the ocean while standing on a jetty…they could each be the opening to a story of their own. They aren’t just scenery; they’re scenes. And when a medium automatically has scenes baked into the story they’re already advancing it. Readers don’t have to do as much work to engage the concept of it being more than words on a page and in some respects can more quickly get to the good stuff. Bullseye, drawn by Guillermo…