so by now, you've probably realized that I draw this character a lot. As
a matter of fact you're probably sick of seeing his ugly face, but if you've
been through the rest of the site, you've also realized he's not the only
thing I draw when I have a pen or pencil in my hand. Just about all of the
drawings on this page are directly from the sketchbook. Some of them are
originals which at that point were done in ink and markers in Book I, or
ink, markers and colored pencils which were part of Book II. And then again,
a few of these were scanned in and colored in "digitally" through the magic
of computers. Like the two you see to your left and right. These particular
drawings? I think they took place during that dream sequence that the main
character goes through at some point of the story. Yeah, something like
is a perfect example of two different parts in the story which are still
in sketch form, (pencil). Yeah, time and other projects got the best of
me here and certain sections of this have not been completed. You can even
see the spiral rings on the left side of the sketchbook. Ummm...the picture
on the left is kind of a flashback, mr. O's lament, a background of how
he got to where he is, while the picture on the right shows a bird's eye
view shot of the church scene.
marker and ink work. The first picture on the left, well, I think that's
kind of a reflection page. When you look at yourself day in and day out
and decide whether you like yourself or not. The drawing in the middle ?
That's a good one. I can't locate the original for this drawing, I only
have photocopies. My guess, is someone I was acquainted with at some point
asked me to do a drawing for them in their sketchbook, and like a fool,
I did this drawing. I guess I made the photocopies because I really did
like the way it came out, I only regret having someone out there floating
this thing around someplace. damn. Third drawing, well, that's just a hospital
visit. Nothing much to say about that one I guess.
when I land all this money for putting this story together and then Hollywood
picks it up and wants to make a movie about it, that's when I'll cash in.
Then I'm opening up a bar/cafe' of my own, which is the one in the story.
The front entrance is supposed to have the sign (on the left), hanging.
It's got text, and a name of course, but once again, I'm paranoid. It's
titled, "broken hearts' cafe' ". But in any case, this is the
cafe' that the characters go visit in the story which becomes a local hangout.
As for the drawing on the right, well, it's that ugly scary pathetic looking