I don’t see the stars much these days. I live in Seattle. When it isn’t overcast there’s enough light pollution that only a few very bright stars show up.
I’ll be the first to admit that the shadows in this image are more abstract than realistic.
Sometimes I just sketch and I’m as surprised by the result as anyone else. I don’t know who this guy is or what his story might be.
This was an experiment in putting together colors that one usually doesn’t think of putting together. I’m not sure if it worked.
These two were characters in that graphic novel that I drew back in 2012/2013. The ape was a very minor character but I like drawing apes so he got the foreground in this image.
McRory’s employer may not have said anything about how he planned to land the plane in Surrilana but he did make sure to bring lots of ammunition on the expedition. That proves handy later.
Morgo the Mighty takes place in Surrilana, a vast cavern – series of caverns actually – beneath the Himalayas. Our protagonist, Jerry McRory, is hired to fly a plane through the mouth of a cave in the side of one of the mountains. While McRory believes that his employers claims of a great treasure are nonsense he never stops to ask what seems like a more obvious question – “Where I going to land this plane in a cave?”
I’d love to do a series of stories featuring these three as team. Whether they would be villains or heroes would probably depend on the situation. It’s not as if any of them have a reason to love humanity.
From left to right – Wilbur Whateley, the Frankenstein Monster and Helen Vaughn. I did a portrait of this trio last year. I didn’t think I did them quite the justice they deserved so here’s another attempt.
Most folks know who the Frankenstein Monster is. Other folks know Wilbur Whateley from The Dunwich Horror. Helen is the more obscure character. She’s the “monster” in The Great God Pan.
Are the colors lurid enough?