Wow time flies, can’t believe how long it’s been since I last posted. Fear not though I have been very busy with artwork, I just haven’t posted it here yet.
I’ve been working on a graphic novel, that means writing as well as illustrating it and I like where it’s going. Whether anyone else will like it we’ll see once I get it out there.
I’ll maybe post some concepts here and some pages but it has it’s own site ready and waiting for content to arrive. The story is called Mekkeneyes and I’ll post some background on it in due course.
Here’s the logo for the story.
A bit earlier than planned, I have posted the first page of my as of yet unnamed webcomic. I’ll get around to the finer details in the coming months but I thought I’d just get stuck in posting the pages while I think of these things.
I’ll be posting a new page every Monday. Click on the image below to see the first page.
The unnamed webcomic
Here’s a digital sketch of Noah building a robot from Grand Theft Robot.
Noah builds a robot – Grand Theft Robot
Page 6 artwork for Grand Theft Robot. “Can’t see any robots yet!” I hear you cry, maybe somebody’s stolen them! In the meantime here’s the end of the last scene followed by the start of Circus getting roughed up by bounty hunters Quick & Chase – They’re British and they’re mean!
Grand Theft Robot page 6 artwork
Grand Theft Robot page 5 artwork.
Grand Theft Robot page 5 artwork
Here’s a panel from page 4 of Grand Theft Robot. Here Noah taps into an old computer in a discarded base with Mud Doppler tagging along. This is painted digitally.
Artwork panel from Grand Theft Robot page 4
Grand Theft Robot is written by Chris Reilly.
This is the artwork for page 2 of Grand Theft Robot. This shows an interview between David Frost and Senator Keating viewed on a TV screen. This interview reveals information that sets the scene for the world this story is set in. Grand Theft Robot is written by Chris Reilly and illustrated by Paul Burrow.
Grand Theft Robot page 2 artwork