Tuesday, April 22, 2008

Feral Man

This character has been living in my head for some time, so I thought I'd breathe life into him on paper. I won't say too much about him just yet other than he's somewhat of a "gentle brute," kinda like Andre the Giant, or Jesus Chambrot.

9 comments:

  1. Sci-fi and prehistoric? You're talkin' my language this week! I like the water cooler with the fruit slices in it. I can picture him emoting via flurries of bubbles within the tank, or leaking from the nozzle if startled. He'd also be fun to animate, having a heavy head with the added inertia of the water inside.

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  2. Dude, this is awesome, I love his crazy run with that dead animal drapped across his back!

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  3. Vi! These are amazing! Love the expressions, and I'm glad he's out of your head and on your blog!

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  4. Vi!! Remember me? NYE in SF? Haha...it was great meeting you that night, hope you enjoyed your stay in the Bay Area. Anyway, I've been meaning to leave you a message to say hello - so...hello! Hope all is well there in Portland. Great-looking work, man. I'm loving this beastly man character you got here - especially the one where he's about to chomp on some dude in a sandwich.

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  5. cool character, what are you gunna do with this guy!?

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  6. Munchak - I aim to please.

    Nate - glad you appreciate the "wild run!"

    zar - Thanks! I'll lobotomize myself for you.

    Paul - Glad to hear from you again, my friend.

    Francis - Thanks for the compliment. He's actually a man raised in the wild and not a caveman, as some may think. Hopefully that gives some insight as to what's to come.

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  7. Vi! He's gonna eat somebody!
    hurry, stop him!
    Seriously, though.. I like his messed up teeth, the open eyes on the pelt, and the idea that he may be a cannibal. Because why not? right?

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  8. great character...pure magic!!:))

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  9. love. why have i not been keeping up on your blog. dumb me

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