I love films and drawing characters from them. Saw Mad Max Fury Road and was inspired to sketch. Especially this character, so menacing isn’t he
Joi from Bladerunner 2049. I love the concept of something that is technology, invented, but actually, does it become real in its own right?
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While waiting for actual real life paint to dry, I started my “She Wolf studies”. I originally sketched her on paper, then imported into photoshop. Messed around with the brushes. Photoshop is magic like that. (In the last one, she looks more She Zombie Swamp Thing)
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This blog was originally about a werewolf film I’m making, the process and reinvention taking longer than I thought. Chopping and changing and wondering why do it at all? The creative call? It wont go away til its done I dont feel (right now) but this space I feel inspired to fill with other creative things. Anyway, that’s a long segue into the fact that I’m posting some art l’ve made about the character Jack Goodman from one of my […]
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