Read the latest Episode -fighter plane action! http://ow.ly/6Jjdk
Read the latest episode at www.misfitsfrommobile.com Written by John Freeman with art by myself and colouring by Kris Carter. Preview pic:
I saw Rise of the Planet of the Apes a few weeks back. Really good film although the original Charlton Heston film probably still has the best ending to a film there has ever been! Anyway, it provides me with a lame excuse to post some concept art featuring primates and assorted animals! Here are some of the character designs I produced for an animations series proposal that was commissioned by a design company.
Cute girl. Big fight scene. What's not to like?! Read the latest episode at www.misfitsfrommobile.com
Catch the latest episode at www.misfitsfrommobile.com. Published by Rok Comics, written by John Freeman with illustrations by me. Here's an excerpt from this week's episode:
Here are a couple of sample pages I completed for my agent to submit to a publisher. It was nice to be asked to stretch myself as the publisher was after a particular muted feel colour-wise which I had a good time attempting to recreate. I think it turned out quite well and made me realise how much I've missed using watercolours.
ROK Comics, Britain's dedicated mobile comics publisher, has just launched its first originated comic title – MISFITS FROM M.O.B.I.L.E.
MISFITS FROM M.O.B.I.L.E. is the creation of ROK founder Jonathan Kendrick, a concept he has been developing for several years. Inspired by a love of James Bond and comics, he came up with the back story for the comic, including its top secret 'MindMerge' technology and gadgets. It is the first fully originated ROK Comics title and will initially be published as a weekly web comic (at www.misfitsfrommobile.com), followed by roll out on iPad and other devices.
An ongoing adventure comic, MISFITS FROM M.O.B.I.L.E. centres on the story of teenagers recruited into a secret organisation to battle crime, terrorism and other dangers – some stranger than others.
The strip is written by John Freeman from storylines by Jonathan Kendrick, with art by Andrew Chiu. Kris Carter is colouring the title, with Jim Campbell providing lettering and logos.
ROK Comics is a part of ROK Global PLC, which is listed on the Open Market of the Frankfurt Stock Exchange. ROK Global PLC was co-founded by US Billionaire John Paul DeJoria and UK-based serial technology-specialist entrepreneur, Jonathan Kendrick.