Wednesday

... reflections, part XII

... here's my first attempt at posting (3) panels simultaneously. i jes' felt that these panels are beginning to need to be together, and not always broken apart for the sake of entries. it's late though, so i won't ramble on about how much damned fun i had creating all of them. remember to click on the image to view it larger. i hope you all enjoy it. i'm quite proud of how it turned out.

check out this mouthfull:


9 comments:

Jack K. said...

And well you should be proud. It ain't easy drawing and then posting them had to be one hell of a challenge.

You do fantastic work. I eagerly await each new panel.

Perhaps our hero is waiting for the "sleep dragons"? Or not. Giggle.

Jen said...

I love it. You deserve to be proud. Nicely done.

bronxbt said...

jack,
thank you for yer kind words. funny to me that you make the comment of "our hero." - this being a story of a vampire, normally feared and cast off as the villian... and yet you, the innocent reader, see and identify sean as a hero. it is because the story is simply focused on him? or is it because of something else?

hmmm.
interesting.....



wifee - thank you... lurve you

shannon said...

very impressive, indeed. i agree, sean is our hero. and you are the talented person who brings him to us...

Duck Duck Deuce said...

Might be the lack of sleep, cause I work so much, but your main character looks like you.....

Adrianne said...

I like the choice of colors to set the mood of each panel. I also really like the story and the hero.

bronxbt said...

dddeuce - yesh, many have said that... and much to my horror, facets of my life play out in this story even tho it was written and illustrated years beforehand.

(minues the whole fangs and undead thing)

what am i referring to? well... you'll jes' have to read on as i continue to restore these panels and post.

thanks for stopping by!


Adrianne - thank you for your observations. the "hero" thanks you too.

:)
B

Markus said...

Hi there! I've checked out your comics, they look really nice! And they have this kind of melancholic mood, which I like. Cool that you are touching up your old art with photoshop. I'm totally into using whatever tool there is to get a good result, as long as there is talent behind the work, which i can see is the case here.

I'll stop by here once and then to read your reflections on art and view your stuff! Keep it up!

Jon Cox said...

Oh AWESOME!!!! Great work as always! :o)