Hi, everyone! I’m taking part in competition of concept arts for famous russian fairy tail “Ruslan and Ludmila”. I am going to create 10 concepts of people and creatures. This is the concept of mermaid.
The intention of this book is to examine major recurrent themes in mans’ many analogue predictions & prophecies of the future - from inspired fantasy to factually based notions, their cultural & scientific impact, the brilliance [or otherwise] of those ideas, and how they are now faring at the apparent dawning of our electronic future. — T.R. Hinchcliffe, 1967
The Soldier, drawn in @procreateapp, inked with @kyletwebster’s Flourish brush, mostly in my coffee/lunch breaks while comic writing. Apparently Kyle’s got some more brushes on the way for Procreate, which I’m pretty stoked about.
I kinda love this page… Weeee!!!! I thought about writing ‘moist’ or 'plinth’ or some really weird word… Or a word like 'hope’ and then writing it in different languages… Then I kept coming across the word 'lump’ and it’s just such a fun and silly word I couldn’t resist! PLUS she’s one of my fav characters from adventure time so major bonus there! Ilys LSP!
“And sometimes in class I might pause the intellectual-sounding flow to ask, ‘Yo! Why dese books neva be about my peoples?’ Yes, I have decided to treat all three of my languages as equals because I’m ‘articulate.’”
Jamila Lyiscott responds to the pseudo-compliment that she is “articulate” in her powerful spoken-word essay “Broken English” from a recent TEDSalon in New York City.