I've revisited a lot of my sketches and gave em some hours. I really ought to push what little effort I can spare, during the day, into painting but I'm usually out and by the time I get home, the laziness hits me like no other. That has to change.
|The very first cover draft. I wanted to chars to be standing on top of a tank which is what that tube is on the |
ground. Not sure if I got the size down correctly. Crap.
|Another revisit of an old sketch. I'm not happy with how the knife wielding char turned out. I couldn't get it|
to look like the iteration of him in the previous sketch (last blog post)
|Deep in thought.|
|Another revisit sketch. Trying to carry Logne's likeness from different angles. Capturing the|
expression was a challenge but it's great for reference once I've got it.
|One of the latest doodle from my sketchbook. More Logne and the "target"|
|More character designs|
|Silly idea for a "specialised" weapon|
|Really shouldn't doodle on crummy paper!|
|Was babysitting niece and had a little time to doodle a scene in my head. Opening page for|
the Graphic novel?
|Edit: Forgot to add this sketch. Char design|
I'm starting to understand why most comics takes a writer/artist combo in order to work. It takes a different kind of brain to make convincing conversation going and even more to make it comic-book interesting.
Also, baby niece.
|Haro? Uncle Seng ?|