Monday, October 6, 2008

The Wrath

Here be my work for the multi-panel comic assignment in Storyboarding. I got on the good wall, which made me feel warm and fuzzy inside. And I avoided "the wrath", as Jake put it, which is kind of ironic, seeing as how my comic was all about wrath.


Also, I got this awesome comic book called "Off Road" from the library the other day. Sean Murphy's style is so fantastic. So I decided to sit down and copy some of the panels to see if I could glean some of his magic.
Then I attempted to apply the Sean Murphy style to Abe Sapien, which was loads of fun. Oh, and Anthony should recognize the monster...
I also had the opportunity to attend the Saturday morning session of General Conference, which was a great experience. It's a cool feeling being in the same room as the prophet. Conference, as a whole, was so good. There were too many awesome talks for me to pick a favorite. It really was a great weekend. And I got totally drenched walking around Salt Lake in a dress in the rain. So that was fun.

11 comments:

Wyatt Stevens Miles said...

Chelsea,

These boards are amazing! I love the gorilla.

Jake Wyatt said...

You compose your panels like the French. Do you READ lots of Eurocomics, or is that just how your soul is shaped?

Rachel B said...

Chelsea, I love the gorilla! So, I know I am not an artist and this is probably a stupid observation from a mere observer of the art profession, but what is with the eyes? (Or lack of eyes.) It creeps me out a little.

Love the Huskie!

Anthony Holden said...

To be fair, that monster design is Jason Keyser's idea although I did do some storyboards.
Such lovely stuffs, Sister Stebar. Very much lovely stuffs.

Ty Carter said...

Nice sketches

Kricket's Korner said...

Ooo, fun, you got to go to Conference! Daniel and I went April of 2007, and it was so cool! That room is just too frewakin' huge!

Aaron said...

I saw the gorilla comic in the animation room, and I promptly changed my major.
Is that a husky? Looks a bit like a pomeranian....

Ron Jensen said...

that gorilla story is amazing. Impressive story and you rendered it out like a pro. So beautiful, I love it.

Wendy Stebar said...

Chelsea,this looks so good it could be tracings!(blatant'Office' reference) How are you protecting your stuff that you put on your blog? Anybody could steal these panels and try to pass them off for their own? (I know I would... I mean... No one would ever really try to do that, would they?)

Rachel B said...

The more I look at that Gorilla story, the more I love it. Chelsea, you are soooooo good.

M.R. Weaver said...

Haha, I love the comic. So sad. So true.
And isn't "Off Road" Great? :D After I finished reading it I felt really MANLY, like I wanted to fix things and cook out doors... So much fun.

EVERYONE. Go read it NOW.