Friday, November 1, 2013

Comic experiment

Years ago the Anthology Project reawakened my love of comics. This was an experiment I tried a few months ago that I had to abandon. Rather than let it gather dust on the shelf, I figured I'd put the pencils out there. I purposefully left the dialogue out (I still like the drawings, but rereading the writing was like nails on a chalk board). Hopefully the visual storytelling carries most of the load. So here's....a thing!







12 comments:

  1. Wow, that reads absolutely fantastic without the dialogue! Poor guy though, that must be a horrible first day for him in a new realm. I'm very interested to see if you continue his story!

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  2. That sword through the eye looked awesome and paiiiiiinful. This looked like so much fun to draw.

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  3. The last scene looks like:
    "You can talk? Well... Die!"

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  4. Honestly, if I fell into a high fantasy world and made it through the first five minutes having lost nothing but a couple of fingers I'd consider myself lucky.

    That said, great stuff! Love the expressiveness of your characters, monsters included!

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  5. pretty funny to look at.
    Thanks for shearing ^^

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  6. Pitty, that you quit that project (you did, right?) because I felt like this would be superawesome!

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  7. Much love for this story, would love to see it continue someday.

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  8. The eye sword through the eye really did look painful but why did the sword man throw the kid of the bug

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  9. This may sound odd, but I've had daydreams very similar to this.

    As always, your work is fantastic even when it's a project you tried to abandon. Keep up the great work.

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  10. Great storytelling. The best comics are able to communicate even without words. That is what I loved most about your anthology comic. I bought the book solely for that story. Love the work you do. Always inspirational. Thank you.

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  11. Great storytelling. The best comics are able to communicate even without words. That is what I loved most about your anthology comic. I bought the book solely for that story. Love the work you do. Always inspirational. Thank you.

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