dinsdag 26 mei 2009

Myra Lautner

Meet Myra.. as mentioned previously, controls the non-physical (non-tangible) forces of nature.  Her main gig is telekinesis and slowing time.  So here she's making her Vespa float around.  She loves riding her bike, preferably at illegal speed and on unstable mountainways.  With no hands.  She's reckless, loves all the extreme sports, even the ones that haven't been invented yet, she'll take care of that.  But once confronted with actual human beings she clams shut.  she may be shy, but she'll laugh like a donkey and enjoy herself when prodded in the right ways.  Hates old people, except her grandma, Cornelia (the elderly cube lady in the big pic) whom she loves more than- er, her bike.
-Favorite food; Spring rolls
-Favorite music: Wolfmother, Pearl Jam, Garbage
-Label: M+F Girbaud
-Catchphrase: "YEEEHAW!!"

woensdag 20 mei 2009

Beryl Evans

I've finally started making character sheets for the guys in my big drawing! Yay!  First up (hope I will be able to arse myself to do all of them..) is Beryl. 22 years old, full of vitality, has a tendency to rattle on for hours when she feels like talking.  Might look a bit shallow at first, with her expensive style and sexy attitude, but isn't.  Highly intelligent, somewhat neurotic about cleanliness, dislikes cute and cuddly things, but altogether very altruistic.  She controls the physical aspects of natural laws, whereas Myra (the redhead) bends the non-physical ones (gravity, time, velocity of objects etc).  Here she's seen transforming her dress in a cascade of water.
favorite food: oysters
favorite music: La Roux, the Presets, Ladyhawke
Label; Balmain
Catchphrase: "Sorry, are you gonna eat that...?"

maandag 11 mei 2009

donderdag 7 mei 2009

My master is ill

School assignment.. Had to illustrate the relationship between a dog and it's master (who is ill/ailing) in a double portet.. I chose to over-humanise the dog, make it outgrow it's master's human (supposed) superiority, as dogs are always portrayed in popular culture as understanding of the human language and idiosynchrasies, but unable to communicate with us out of themselves.  And on the other hand, the human is being taken out of the picture (quite literally :p) as he weakens and becomes more irrelevant and unable to take care of himself (which is how humans sometimes condescendingly look upon pets and familiars).  No I'm not especially a dog lover, just thought it was an interesting psychological aspect to investigate ;)