To keep up with updating my Gallery often, here is another one from the vault.
These two (and four more) pages worth of comic, were done late last year for the comic Surreality, which you've already seen me tackle in a couple of pin-ups. Writer and creator Caleb King asked me, after seeing those pieces, if I wanted to draw a short story to go in their first published anthology Personality Complex; the premise was right down my alley: super-detailed scenes of a club full of cosplayers, where an inebriated 11th Doctor wrecks some havoc whilst trying to impress the DJ Chloe, one of the webcomic's main characters. As you'll notice from these panels, I had a great time doing this story. I got to render, even if briefly, a lot of very cool characters from TVseries and books that I'm a fan of, which isn't something I can do with my overloaded schedule. Caleb's script was very smooth and the main characters from his tale are the two lovely ladies you see dancing side-by-side on the right, so that was a very good motivation to get this rolling. Plus, the overall whimsical bits of proper 'surreality' I was able to render let me experiment with marker blencind, which is always welcome to my technique's evolution.
So, take a look at these and let me know what you think. Don't miss out on the chance to read Surreality at [link] and if you have some pennies to spare, you'll not regret buying the anthology at [link]
Wyth, twin sister of Durandel. She is mightiest in strength of all living mortals. Daughter of Deorn and Myrel; who was daughter of Aelfric; who was son of Aeth the Ravager.
In the lands of the Nari, where she dwells, she is called Vondhi, the thunderbolt. Her sword, the Black Star was forged from star fallen iron, and weighs as much as anvil. So great is her strength, she never throws the same spear twice.
The Durandel Cycle is the stories I have told my son since his days as a small child. I plan on drawing one of the many characters of these tales every week.