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This drawing was done in the style of one of my favorite comic book artists, Kenneth Rocofoft. Being a big fan of his work I attempted to recreate a scene from C.K. Walker’s book using his style of illustrations.
I used an establishing shot in order for the viewer to understand the scale of the place in which the story is set and what kind of world it is.
Though I am very pleased with this drawing I have a few issues with proportion as the vehicles appear far too small compared to the landscape around them, however they are not the main focus of the picture and go unnoticed.
I also tried to use the same type of panels in which the artist is known for using. Instead of simply following traditional comic paneling I have scattered them across the page to represent movement and a blured passage of time.
Another thing I believe that needs work are the characters, while trying to recreate Rocofort's style of drawing I incidentally made the characters appear older than intended making them appear tired and expressionless. However that numb looking appearance fits in well with the story, as this is an emotional moment within the story.
Besides the lack of color I am happy to say that this piece came out as expected.