Hunger and Thirst of the Desert, is a project that was never finished, but exists here for viewing. 

Begun in 2006, it was originally conceived as a wordless graphic novel about water wars and the privatisation of water in general. Later, it took on other aspirations, none of which ever got off the ground, unfortunately. After many years of wondering how and what to do with this project, I have placed it on a permanent hiatus.

In a time of great water shortage and drought, while the nomadic Dog People wander the desert dying of thirst, the Crocodiles, who conquered and stole the ancient city of the Dogs, live in opulence. The King of the Crocodiles hoards water and patrols all the natural water sources, charging the other animals heavily to drink the water. One of the Dog People, a young father named Maleki, fears for the life of his daughter. He is given the task by the Seer of his tribe to wander through the desert back to the city of the Dogs to try to rediscover the secret of calling the rain.

In a time of great water shortage and drought, while the nomadic Dog People wander the desert dying of thirst, the Crocodiles, who conquered and stole the ancient city of the Dogs, live in opulence. The King of the Crocodiles hoards water and patrols all the natural water sources, charging the other animals heavily to drink the water. One of the Dog People, a young father named Maleki, fears for the life of his daughter. He is given the task by the Seer of his tribe to wander through the desert back to the city of the Dogs to try to rediscover the secret of calling the rain.