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Some of my comic art!

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posted on May, 18 2010 @ 04:27 AM
An image is worth a 1000 words, they say, so I will comment or not along the way!

Yes, they're in French, but some like these are understandable, still. I hope...
The first ones you see were made to decompress from some of the work you'll see a-below. ( I mean more below than the following... )

I was really letting loose on the next story which is 9 pages long. Or short. Your call...
It borders on the absurd, but has some logic to it. Presented as a sequel, which it is not.

The first image of a story I titled Fist: Forever, but that is explained in another story called Virovox...

Fist: Forever is a story-consequence of an event happening in a trilogy called The Continuum. The main character, William Fist, was shot thru time and ended up in 1898. The accident kind of made him immortal. And as time passes, he builds a time machine to go back to his future to finish his job.
But a component failure has the machine open a time-door 1 million years into the future, where a planet will be, and which is where Earth stands now. The door allows access to some of the warriors of the planet that faces extinction by war. But enough for now.

Make no mistakes; I made no mistake with the boots. ( Look at the soles... ) I did say it involved time travel, now, didn't I?

The 2 following pages show the accident in which Fist was involved and that threw him 300 years in the past.

Now, some pages from The Continuum. This one is complicated. Mainly, the solar system will be battered a week after Steve Léger makes his invention work, the chrono-sequential motor, by a shower of meteors for a length of 7 years.
The only survivors are those who were in bunkers, at the time.
When they are able to surface again, observation shows that in less than 200 hundred years, a second wave of meteors will be so vast it will annihilate the whole solar system.
The plan devised, nearly thwarted by a world war, is to develop the chrono-sequential motor and turn it into a time-machine that will bring everybody that is dead from the meteors in blocks of time, in the next 200 hundred years, to help build a space ship for 650 million humans.
Don't breath yet, the story has not even begun!!!

Just before humanity leaves, Steve Léger and about a hundred people from the past, find out that no one from the past will make it on the ship. Furious, Steve Léger detonates, with help, a nuke in the last module of the ship before it is installed. ( Sending Fist 300 hundred years into the past. )
To prevent the nuke from happening, a scenario his built where the same result, the completion of a working ship, is achieved without Léger and his acolytes!
And THAT is where the story begins... or should I say where the stories begin...

Bunker people with Lidgire, Leader maximus of the Human race in the future...

To close this thread, some isolated scenes from The Continuum.

I hope you enjoyed and leave me a feed back, thanks! Have a nice day!

Salutation à tous et à toutes!!!

Edited for stupid construction of first sentence of thread! :shk:

[edit on 18-5-2010 by Aresh Troxit]

[edit on 18-5-2010 by Aresh Troxit]

posted on May, 18 2010 @ 11:05 PM
This is really good looking stuff, and makes me wish I had tried harder to learn French when I was in Quebec!

posted on May, 19 2010 @ 12:10 AM
Excellent stuff very nice talent kudos

posted on May, 19 2010 @ 12:44 AM
Many thanks to you both, MrAndy and DarkStormCrow!
I really enjoy drawing. My mom says I was born with a pen in hands; so that makes me a Mutart! ( artistic mutant )...

Oh!, it's never too late to learn French, MrAndy!
What part of Québec were you in?

posted on May, 19 2010 @ 07:13 PM
Man, I tell you, making a thread at night isn't the best of ideas... I just noticed I hadn't put many female characters, so here's a scene in the roman empire from Byzantine, in the 800s.

and a color version of the last page. ( Not the best; needs adjustment. )

I'll prepare a few more with Ladies... Thank you!

posted on May, 20 2010 @ 07:27 PM
Good Work!

...The art is well delineated and clear.... But, the color work really sets it off!

...You inspire me to do some new works...

Also I think you may develop an audience in this fourm... Especially if you

translate your works into English....


posted on May, 21 2010 @ 01:46 AM
reply to post by cosmokatt7

Thank you! I've worked hard and had many sleepless nights, especially on "The Continuum" part. I call it the first HD Comics. I love working with ridiculously big documents once scanned.

I might just translate the pages since I will have more time on my hands than expected in the coming week.

But until I can give you the translated version, I'll leave you with a silent look at haircuts from the 3rd and 4th century, in Rome. And a bedroom from the 800th hundred century in Byzantine.

PS: Thanks for the tip!


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