Comics, Illustration

So, I’ve been away for a little while. Not really away so much as “moved away” to a new house and studio, etc. I now have an entire floor of the house to call my own, a basement actually… so it’s a lot like when I was in high school. I’m not sure if that’s something I should be proud of or not.

Anyway, I recently completed my graduate degree and have an entire backlog of stuff that I wanted to share here but, because I was insanely busy, did not have the time to do so. So, we’ll kick things off with a final project I did for my character design class back in December.

The character is one I’ve had bouncing around in my head for quite some time, “The Phantom-Fury.” I have included a complete turn and a page of facial expressions for your edification. The thing to note, and something that will become apparent through subsequent posts, is that it took an entire semester for me to realize that the entire point of the class was “simplify, simplify, simplify!”


Phantom-Fury Character Turns

Phantom-Fury Character Facial Expressions