Another project I did for my CMPA class. We had to create characters (or took ones that you already had) and make a screen cap or title screen in Adobe Illustrator.
I chose to use Jackson and Pinion for this project. The premise is that they’re wondering around the frontier looking for a place to camp, but end up getting lost in a forest. They’re eventually led by a spirit to a ghost town. So it’s like a Halloween special????? idk honestly….
So Izzy and I were talking once upon a gay and then one day talked about how the freshman on the soccer team imagined their seniors. And then she doodled a sketch which I turned into something stupidly shoujo. Enjoy.
Trains were the worst place to feel ill. If the person was unable to sit, the swaying of the train did nothing to ease their discomfort. People crowded around and made the poor passenger claustrophobic with their proximity. Sitting down wasn’t much better, as the seats were just as cramped and uncomfortable. At least, he thought, there was air conditioning.
Taking the train to Coney Island always felt like an eternal ride. As a child, staying in the Bronx, the two hours on the train almost deterred him from the boardwalk and its beach. Though the duration was much shorter, it still felt too long with his head pounding, his stomach in knots and his consciousness threatening to fade. If he fainted, they would stop the train and send him to a hospital that wouldn’t help him. He thanked God he wasn’t contagious, but doctors wouldn’t be able to do anything to help him. He just had to ride this one out. As he often did in these situations, he was seeking out a friend. He was starting to think it was a stupid idea.
Alejandro took a few steps of his water, willing himself to remain upright and to ignore the glances of simultaneously concerned and annoyed passengers.