Woo, production for the fourth and final chapter of Jared Koon’s The Hunt is on again! I put the finishing touches on five pencilled pages today, and I hope to keep chugging along until this book is finally done.
In celebration, here’s a few finished pages from chapter one.
Pencils and inks by me, colors by Ulises Grostieta.
if you do it step by step!
Public service announcement time.
This is what women in armor look like.
Please note any overtly feminine designs to the armor are in addition to or worn over the standard armor, not sacrificing protection.
Please also note that to a perverted mind the sex appeal is actually greater than with “armor” the leaves key areas of skin exposed, like midriff, legs, chest. This is because it is left to the imagination and therefore becomes the ideal of the viewer rather than the artist. In addition, scenarios begin to play out in the viewers head of how they would get to see what is underneath, and mental role playing exercises begin, heightening the depth of the attraction to the character. This leaves a much deeper and more lasting impression on the viewer. So the “sex sells” aspect is not lost despite the lack of exposed skin.
Further more, the demographics that would turn away from depictions of the skin show armor can be retained, giving broader demographic appeal and a potential larger market share. Positive media from a wider range of sources is also a possibility, media sources are always hungry for positive representations of female figures to showcase to attract viewers with.
tl;dr: Women in proper armor make me happy and there should be more of it.
aaaa, those are some nice ladies in armors. i like the 3 pics of the dark haired girlies near the end the best
this is the song of my people.
I take no credit for any of this, all I did was assemble them togetha’.
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