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On the 5th of May 1821 Emperor Napoleon Bonaparte I died of stomach cancer. Or did he?...

The Notably Humble Life Of Henri Maurice Claudet is a re-imagined history of a brilliant but arrogant man, having once been in a position of immense imperial authority, and infamy, reduced to the status of a common citizen. Living incognito on the fringe of the civilised world.

After having lived such a wildly dynamic life Napoleon (now forced to go by the assumed name Henri Maurice Claudet) must reconcile himself to a life that is as unremarkable as it is relentlessly ordinary...


About the Author

Jamie Clennett
didthedash Melbourne, Australia

Tasmania born Designer and Animator Jamie Clennett completed a Bachelor of Fine Art from the University of Tasmanian (UTAS) in 1999, and a Bachelor of Dramatic Arts (in Design) from National Institute of Dramatic Arts (NIDA) in 2002. Between the years of 2002 and 2006 Jamie was active working as a production designer, working across theatre and film for organisations such as Downstairs Belvoir, Hit Productions, and Noise and Light.

In 2004 Jamie completed a Graduate Diploma in Animation and Interactive Media (AIM) at RMIT, where he produced a short animation entitled The Fabulous Adventure Of Mr. Money. Mr. Money that was invited to screen at the Melbourne International Film Festival, and then spent the rest of 2005 running the festival circuit appearing in over 20 territories. In 2008 Jamie created the animated content used in Priscilla Queen of the Desert - The Musical for London's West End and New York's Broadway.

Publish Date  October 28, 2010

Dimensions  Standard Portrait  36 pgs Premium Paper, matte finish

Category  Comics & Graphic Novels

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Comments (4) Write a comment


anjamillen says

beautiful done, the way you combined it is great as well as each picture.

posted at 03:23pm Jul 31 PST

kenthallblurb staff

kenthall says

This is great work. Absolutely love this and I hope we see more.

posted at 04:07pm Jul 22 PST


jwreeves says

really cool. i hope a publisher pays you a ton of money. love the long rectangles.

posted at 04:08pm Jul 13 PST


markhofreite says

The pictures are wonderful! I loved the way you combined action from small frame to small frame; very creative. Loved the softness and smoothness of the shading. And antique looking maps and so on.
Just great!

posted at 06:11pm Nov 04 PST

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