I am still having trouble with the middle three or four pages, but these few spreads should show the refresh deliciously.
1-2, the left page showing a traditionally drawn / painted 'self portrait' by the main character, but out of hte corner of his eye, in his peripheral range, a problem (starting life as a wolf cub) has appeared.
3-4, fairly plain spread with a 2x2 on the left page, showing the cub gradually growing in the background, until he turns around and - on page 4 - the wolf is massive. Also, whilst hard to see, there is a plan to show the pencil drawing 'come to life' as it were, so as to give the first use of the 'magic pencil' WHICH ISNT MAGIC its just a tool. just. a. tool. Couple more things, the wallpaper might end up being clouds, if it does the clouds will turn stormy as the wolf gets bigger, and the paper around it will degrade and go mouldy etc.
5-6, a nice little double page spread, should be self explanatory - the wolf has leapt and the hero has ducked as it bounds through the canvas.
Alternate 5-6, which was actually my first draft. I feel like the one above is stronger, but this might have use later... or Joey may prefer it. Who knows.
7-8, this would probably look better flopped, but you get the idea, it is holding a chunk of canvas in its mouth...
9, this is where things start to get tricky - also, the 'I ran' quote doesnt really fit considering he is crouching drawing a circle around himself... effectively, I am drawing that he will go down a network of tunnels and hide, and whilst sliding around the pipe might be fun to start, it soon becomes lonely, and the 'problem' will always catch up...