Who would hit a woman, and add to that a woman with only one arm?! I’m sure some colorful verbal descriptions rush to mind on that. That’s the scenario in this progress view from my graphic novel. You can follow more and find other details on my graphic novel work-in-progress blog “GFW ’27″.
This scene was built using DAZ 3D programs and content, along with Photoshop and a real world forest photo for background.
The figure is Daz 3D’s Genesis figure with a mix of Victoria 5 morphs. The suit is Read more
A sequence of images for one of the scenes in the graphic novel “GFW ’27″.
Sketch in Prismacolor pencil first, then scanned. I play with the contrast in Photoshop, and reduce the saturation. The color is added in layers (background and character). Finally, the color and transparency of the layers are adjusted to the final blueish color.
Work in progress illustration from my graphic novel. Scene shows a older more mature Mary, some 30 years later in the story line as she stops to take a quick check in the mirror on her way to answer her door.
Oliver off another adventure, this time he’s covering a great distance in short time by flying his Manta Ray Jet!
Some progression images shown here below. This illustration started as a sketch with Prismacolor pencil, then inking lines in. The finished drawing was then scanned and color added in Adobe Photoshop.
Yet another device from the mysterious past of the Gazelle Foundry Works secret lab, circa 1925.
Early on as the Electric Light Ray Emitter Drill was being developed, the problem of making the device essentially ‘cordless’ was overcome by amping things up past the point of batteries and coming to the solution of ‘Solid Current’. The ability to take energy in the form of electrical current and turning it into a quasi solid form and storing it to power the drill was invented. This is what that storage device filled with solid current looked like.
Alright, it’s what it might have looked like. This illustration was created in Bryce7. The following illustrations show the creation process.