This little monster is a character from a potential children’s book I’ve been toying with. I can’t remember if I ever posted the original concept art for him (like, an actual pencil and paper sketch!), but this idea’s been floating around my head for a while now. Maybe now that there’s a specific kid to …
Inspired by Evan Dahm (creator of Vattu, which is an amazing story that I highly recommend), I’m trying out an art style where I scan my roughs and color them as is. This is a wastelander guy from the steampunk zombie anthology I’m working on.
His prison sentence was turned into an excuse to hand him over to a mad scientist. He escaped, but not before half of his body was burned or mutilated. He’s back for revenge against the town that wronged him.
Exploring the floating city a little more, and a young Inventor showing off a doohickey she made (to one of the merchants, ended up cutting him from this image).
I’m contemplating a comic about an inventor’s daughter, who searches for her missing dad and tries to clear his name after his inventions go horribly, horribly awry. I was playing with different light skin and hair styles, when it occurred to me she’s probably from the southern country (of 3 in a steampunkish zombie-filled …
Meet Captain Zu – nomad, airship captain, and main character in one of my short stories. I’ll probably be able to post the stories (or parts of them) here early next year.
I’m writing a few short stories for a collection of zombie stories I’m making with a couple of friends. In one of those stories there’s an airship captain named Zu. He pilots the Wyvera. The masthead is a flamethrower. Maybe when the collection is closer to completion, I’ll post my stories on the blog.
This is a character from a short story I’m writing (contributing toward a collection of stories). She’s an old soldier (and partly a cop) named Arionna Telford, hunting down a thief. Even the threat of zombies won’t slow her down.