Wednesday, August 17, 2016
Kervak held the damaged detonator tightly. It wasn't completely inoperative but it was messed up enough to keep it from sending a long range signal. That meant that whoever detonated it would have to remain.
Looking at the refugees as that passed, Kervak saw mothers with their children. A few badly wounded Commonwealth troopers were being carried. If the Grakons got a hold of them they wouldn't stand a chance.
Knowing what had to be done Kervak worked her way to the rear of the group as the hurried across the high bridge. Green lasers sparked at the heels of screaming children.
Kervak remembered how much her human faster parents had given her and it was time to give back. This was the best opportunity for her to repay them for their kindness to her.
She found a small hiding place and crouched down holding the detonator in both hands.
The last of the people left the bridge and Grakons began passing Kervak quickly, their tanks rattling the structure. With a sigh Kervak pressed the button.
The last thing she remembered was a bright flash and what seemed to be a driving wind blowing her as the ground gateway beneath the unsuspecting Grakons.
The entire Grakon unite sank to the bottom of the deep mountain river Kervak along with them.
It was a long time before the people realized that she wasn't with them. It was then they discovered how heroic the lone Gurk mercenary was. She was willing to give her all for them and that is what she did.
This is for a contest that I entered somewhere else online. The theme was "Greater love hath no man than this, that a man lay down his life for his friends."
This is a contest entry and not Super Strike 10 Canon! Kervak is still alive in the story.
Thursday, July 14, 2016
Tuesday, July 12, 2016
Kie taking on a big mean smelly Grakon!
Person Rescued form Grakon: "Thank you!"
Kie: "Don't thank me now. "Wait until you get my bill."
I'm steadily trying to perfect my art style and have been quite pleased with the results thus far.
I hope everyone is having a good week. At least a better one than that Grakon is.
Monday, June 6, 2016
I'm working on the concepts for my upcoming installment of Super Strike 10.
I am going to draw this one in a more classic comic style and have been experimenting with converting all my old characters into this new style.
Monday, May 9, 2016
Tuesday, March 15, 2016
Saturday, February 27, 2016
For those of you that have been following Super Strike, I have something exciting to share with you.
I am currently putting together an animated comic trailer for the third installment of the Super Strike comic series. It will give you an idea of what the new story will bring.
Here is a still from the trailer.
I drew some more of those crazy aliens called Vilos. They do seem to be a sort of Napoleonic sci-fi. I like that.
Recently I've been experimenting with changing my style for my Super Strike comic. It seems that the story is getting more serious and deeper. I've had some fans tell me that a more realistic style would fit it better. So I sketched out some concepts.
Seeing how cool they looked I started thinking about what they would look like if they were in a live action movie so I did some digital paintings/photo-manipulation. I used some stock photos to go from on these.
Here is movie Scout!
And here is a scene from the first comic were Rita was wounded done up like a movie.
Here is a digital painting of 'real' Gar and Rossi.
And Kervak (she will appear in the storie's third installment)
I also experimented with the expressions for the more realistic style.
Lastly I put together an underwater scene with Scout in the new style. I like how it turned out.
What do you think of the new style? Does it fit Super Strike or not?