Characters don't spring fully-formed from the pen of an artist. For a while, their designs are malleable; their expressions half-formed. It's why early comics usually look a little different from the final designs. For some mediums, these in-between forms never see the light of day. Doug TenNapel, the artist behind Earthworm Jim and Catscratch, wants to gather his best sketches into a bound volume, as a way to illustrate the creative, artistic process. He's already met his Kickstarter goal, and $25 will get you a copy of the sketch anthology.