View Full Version : practicing sequential pages sci-fi/ancient japan stuff

Rob Norton
04-22-2016, 06:01 PM
so I post a lot of art here over the years, but rarely sequentials...mainly cause I know im not very good at it. I am very aware of just what things I don't know how to do well. like proper perspective and placing characters correctly in that perspective. as well as just basic figure drawing and blah blah blah.

but..anyway...im guessing its okay to show these. for those that knew me, I had a chance to take part in a licenced comic for HIGHLANDER called Highlander3030. it takes place in the future etc... well..the books been made available for digital download for weeks/months now. (and..nothings coming of it at all) so I guess I can show these pages, which were NOT in the book cause I wasn't the interior artist (just cover.) but I wanted the gig at the time and so I drew some pages for practice, to try and the the feel of the character. these pages are over a year old. some missing backgrounds and details. yadda yadda. this is them..






Rob Norton
04-22-2016, 06:12 PM
and also these..

set in ancient japan.

the story, basically, is 2 warriors have a conflict and the hero loses to his opponent. later he continues his training with his master, who notices he is distracted and sends him on an errand with instruction to bring a specific flower back with him from the hills. the hero returns and thinks he succeeded and but didn't, and the master makes it into a lesson. the hero uses this lesson in his next conflict with his opponent and defeats him without killing him.

these pages are also a year old. I was really trying on these pages as well, but the thing they were going to hopefully be used for fell thru, and so I stopped working on them before they were all done, therefor there is unfinished backgrounds all over. but ..whatever. at least I got some practice and can show them as the are I guess.







Rob Norton
05-06-2016, 01:27 PM
And bump

Rob Norton
07-22-2016, 08:34 PM

Cloves Rodrigues
07-22-2016, 11:06 PM
very cool arts Rob