Thursday, December 11, 2008

I'm feeling stucky

Boatswain ... Spiff?

Somebody know how to make the bridge look more sinister? I could use the input.

Thursday, December 4, 2008

Disassembled 2: Now with more girl on top.

Still no Hook in sight. "Help me, Somebody!"

Thursday, November 6, 2008


Finished picture of the kids.

And, and, this is really half-baked but I finally an having ideas as to what the ships look like.

Thursday, October 23, 2008

Oct. 20... two?

I haven't forgotten that thumbnail i liked.

The only thing is, I'm not so sure the painted texture looks good if I put it all over. The picture looked so fresh when it was just the girl with the pink hair and the rest you could see the sketch over a green wash...

Week 3, slash 4 5 and 6 .

There's confusion as to what's actually going to happen in the story. Below you will see what is supposed to be a storyboard of the title sequence. The little triangles is where a black screen with the credits would be.

Also There are interminable thumbnails of spaceships that look like guns and submarines and other funky things. These are fruit of the losing battle I wage with my lack of creativity, for an adequate design for Pan's ship. By the way, Pan doesn't have a real girl name yet.

Also below you will find some designs for "Wendy". Friendly and sagacious individuals suggested Wendell and Wesley. These culminate in the painting you see below as well. Rejoice for I have totally broken all the stylistic canons I have established for myself at the outset.

The idea, then , is that "Pan" has escaped from the clutches of "Hook" to fly to "Wendy's" world looking for help (?) and crash-lands into some suburban spaceport where Wendy is employed as a reactor mechanic. Then they head over to the equivalent of Neverland, which is some primeval world, possibly condemned as unstable by the Earth government and therefore unsettled, where they get to tangle with Hook and save the childrens.

Finally there is a new look for the hook.
Unfortunately, I dont like this look either any more.