For the “Rick and Morty: Exploit the Fans for Promotional Art Contest”. Here was my entry.
“Mark my words. This drill will open a hole in the universe and that hole will be a path for those behind us. The dreams of those who have fallen, the hopes of those who will follow. Those two sets of dreams weave together into a double helix drilling a path towards tomorrow. And that’s Tengen Toppa. That’s Gurren Lagann. My drill is the drill that creates the heavens!”
Finally done with this. So this is mainly an experimental piece, and while it was tough I had fun with it. And even though there are some wonky things here and there I’m happy with it. Here’s the version with text. If any of you have guessed, yes the title is inspired by both the word ‘anomaly’ and the Incubus song “Anna Molly.”
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Coraline by Neil Gaiman
Illustrated by Phil Vazquez
So after 5 months it’s finally here! The “William H. Ely Exhibition”! My senior thesis is all done. I put so much time and love into this that I couldn’t be happier with the result. There’s so much I could say and talk about when it comes to all of these, but in the end I just have to say that it was fun to try and solve the execution of all these.
Gaiman’s work has been some of my favorite things to read in my life, and now some of my best work is based off his. I am extremely grateful for such amazing inspiration!
I now present my comic scene rendition of Neil Gaiman’s “Coraline” along with the full book jacket!
If you’re in the city of Philadelphia, come out to the University of the Arts and check out the show!