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Wendimension is a fantasy adventure where daily reality collides with supernatural phenomena. It addresses the mental health of a child and offers a glimpse of her experiences from an adults perspective. Wendimension is a story of great loss seen through the eyes of little Wendy and her father.
Wendy faces evil far closer than we ever realize, darkness has crept into the corners of our homes and our everyday lives. Realitys cloud of fog keeps us from witnessing these monstrosities. It seems that Wendy is the only one capable of seeing through the illusion, and soon finds herself in trouble.
For adults, Wendys actions only appear as mental health issues. Can Wendy find her way back to a normal life, or will she be forever trapped in her own dimension?
Or does Wendys dimension exist after all?
A media broadcaster that has produced content for many AV productions. In addition, Teemu has scripted the play and a musical. This book is his first novel. As a family, the mental health of children and young people is close at heart. He wants to raise the subject further and cartoon is one new way.
The theme has a comprehensive history as a consumer of comics. Teemu has made his own journey through the universe of Marvel characters and DC comics. Now he Is involved in creating a new cartoon universe via important themes for himself.
AD, graphic designer and illustrator. Twenty years workforce covers almost the entire spectrum of industry. Tero has worked approx. 10 years as a freelancer and in newspapers. Other ten years have passed in advertising agencies. Desktop regardless of digitality but this visually oriented designer never left the pen and burning enthusiasm for a comic strip. Talking topic combined with the superhero genre is his dreams the fulfillment itself. At some point, it's time to clear out the table box. Wendimension is his first extensive cartoon work.
She is a student of general literacy. Jonna has always loved stories and was excited when he was invited to co-create a story about Wendy. With her own contribution, Jonna points out both Wendy's thoughts as a child and her sensitivity.