Mostly sketches. Occasionally a painting. Nothing political other than caricatures reinforcing the truism "Politics is Show Business for Ugly People".
The glitchiness is very bad at high rez. So the larger thunbnail is the best way to view it.
Princess Leia is in the Bible?
His script is actually readable. Princess..I mean Queen Jezebel is interesting as a character. Made me want to research her.
Is the "what th" wanting more back story or wondering how any thing could be so awful.It's not that great.I do like Leonardo's head on Charlton Heston's Ben Hur body.
Ha ha! "What the-" refers to the total bizarreness of the imagery and the concept. More back story would be amusing though too!
I work with a guy that spent a lot of time writing a respectable imagining of the Biblical tale of Elijah and his student Elisha. Elijah famously went to Heaven in a chariot with angels. So there is a good impulse to explore a spectacle level of Bible story about this period.But the writer wants me to involved with HIS project since he now knows I can draw.This was my way of saying, here's a little dab, this is it, if you want to sell to Hollywood , you need Jezebel out front.He's just recently written to me to give me more details about what he'd really like from me.Nope.This is what I'm gearing up top work on. Making a lot of notes. Got a decent love story that you hear no hint of in this clip. Clip to come. I'm in the wrong browser.
Talking to myself-story idea-cool jobI've started to flesh out the idea.The girl realizes she has an opposite number. A boy. They have been kept separate. They fight then unite vs the robots. Love triumphs. Humanity turns off the machines.
The late shift with a guy with biblical love story script. This can't end well.
I'm the one saying it needs more Jezebel. His is a very straight forward dramatizing of scripture.
The Robot Succor idea is intriguing, but could you clarify it a little more? The girl is raised by robots and has no understanding of morality. She meets a boy also being raised by robots. But why do the robots turn bad and why are they on a space ship? And there are, or aren't adults or other humans around? And if not, where are the adult humans, because in the end they turn off the robots, right? And how does the little girl learn morality and what does she do with this new knowledge?
Just write it the way you see it Tom then I'll draw itr. It's kinda like thisNot really. I'll do some index card work on the story. Soone Con is this weekend. I'll probably get some work done sitting around being ignored by the samll crowd.
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