Other Submissions by kenisu3000
|kenisu3000||Prologue - Page 12: Penetrating an Impenetrable Wall||
kenisu - #12
I wanted this scene to be extrememly tense. Hopefully I communicated that well.
|kenisu3000||Prologue - Page 11: In the Guest Room Lies...||
kenisu - #11
It wasn't until I gave James the line "Why did you bring the boy?" that I realized I must have unconsciously designed him after James "Jimmy" Stewart (the line reminded me of the movie "Shenandoah", where Stewart refers to his own son as "the boy", when speaking to his wife's grave after a huge mess of tragedy happens to the family - he names off everyone in his family that was killed, and since his son was sent into the Civil War against his will, Stewart's character had not heard anything of him for years, and so he adds to his wife "...and probably the boy..."
|kenisu3000||Prologue - Page 10: A Changed Man||
kenisu - #10
Hopefully the subtlety here isn't TOO subtle. The blank panel is because I wanted George to deck James in the face when Maria was mentioned, but I didn't want to show it, or insert some goofy sound effect. In the end I decided that it would be best to leave it to the reader's imagination, so I left the panel blank. It also gives it a certain quality which says "you can't even fathom what this punch was like" or that it was kind of an "other-worldly" punch.
|kenisu3000||Prologue - Page 9: The Midnight Visitor||
kenisu - #09
I had been looking forward to drawing that final panel for a long time, and I'm pleased to say that the tense, insane look on George's face turned out looking more-or-less exactly how I had pictured it in my head.
|kenisu3000||Prologue - Page 8: Mysterious Disappearance||
kenisu - #08
Trying to imagine what a typical 1906 living-room looked like was a beast for me (I did a lot of Google searches for early 1900's traditional this-and-that when I got caught in a dilemma, but I must have used the wrong keywords or something, because very few pages came up with photographs).