I think I missed posting this half finished drawing a few years back, somehow it just seem right not to add any more colors to it. Brittany has grown leaps and bound as an artist in recent years, despite our distance, I always enjoying seeing her new photography.
Maybe it’s the rocking motion of the train (the Metro North commuter trains used to have the same effect on me) or just a long day at work, this man was completely, utterly gone during the 3 stops in between. I hope he got off at the right stop because he had this confused expression. Granted, I didn’t get to finish the sketch, so I did a little day dreaming myself and came up with this. Happy dreams, everyone.
This joke came from an old co-worker named Scott who was a Captain in the U.S. Marine! I think it fits nicely with the personality of the F.U. Crew: While Verona can be quiet, but when she is pissed, she goes all the way, meanwhile. Len talks a lot of big talks, but he is also smart enough to admit when it is time to get out of the dodge! Trust me, the F.U. Crew will have plenty of time to run towards and away from dangers. All depends on who is in charge.
Between the instruction menu, orderly style sketch from yesterday and this chaos sketch, I am trying to find a some what smooth sequence within Freddy’s dream to guide the viewers into the world of Power City. This will serve as the base for a longer sequence in the actual Battle of Dunhill sequence in Book 1