More G.U.N. art. This is Belle, the secondary main character. Where Gatt is an agile pistol fighter, Belle is all about brute force. She’s one of the strongest normal characters in the comic and that weapon of her’s packs so much kick that she’s learned to use it as a way of moving around a fight at high speed.
Alright, news on my comic G.U.N.
This is Gatt, finally finished. The stylization and look of the character are final and indicative to the look of the comic as a whole. I still have a little work to do before I can earnestly start the comic, mostly dealing with nailing down a second character (who is mostly done) and the setting, but the hope is that on Monday the first pages will be finished and I can head into the upcoming week with a full head of steam. My goal is the get the first issue done by the time I head back to school on the 28th.
Things We Will Tell Our Grandchildren
Tight Sketch for a set of pieces I will be working on. They’ll come together to make a 6 ft by 4 ft comic page.
For anyone who remembers this guy:
I now have an update relating to him. Instead of becoming a comic, “Hench” has transitioned into being a full length feature film screen play. I finished the script about a month ago and it is now being reviewed along with probably thousands of other scripts in the Filmmaker’s International Screenplay Competition. I’ll hear about if I’ve moved past the initial screenings at the end of August.