Did anybody ever play Saga Frontier? Yeah it wasn’t technically…good. At all.
But for some reason I was struck by a sudden urge to draw Annie and Liza, from Emelia’s quest. Go figure.
I needed to scribble something down, and here’s how it worked out.
I needed to do something that wouldn’t turn into a week-long project, so I decided to sketch out Alita and Major Kusangi. Not much to say about this except that I grew up reading “Battle Angel Alita” and love it totally unironically despite the terrible title.
Also, I like Kusangi’s movie design more than the TV show one.
Once again, Orlando Furioso continues to be werider than anything I could make up. I had an okay time trying to get fancy with this comic, I don’t know if I’ll do anything like this in the future.
So I saw “The Touch Of Evil” todau with Orson wells and basically was absolutely blown away. There are just so many shots in it that would make great paintings, I decided to try and speedpaint one of my favorites.
You know, way back when I first had to paint a winter landscape I was like “Oh, well, that was fun, probably won’t ever be doing THAT again, though.”
It hasn’t worked out that way. It’s cool though, I like it.
Basically the endpoint of my Gone Away World character designs project. From left to right: Sally J. Culpepper, Annie The Ox, Elizabeth Soam, and Leah. Am I getting some of these names mispelled because I read the book in audio format and it’s not popular enough for me to google the right spellings? Yeah, probably.