Wonder Woman, drawn by Pedro Delgado, colours by Andy Poole.

Wonder Woman, drawn by Pedro Delgado, colours by Andy Poole.

Arisia, lines by Randy Green, colours by Andy Poole.

Arisia, lines by Randy Green, colours by Andy Poole.

Experimental Short: In The End

When evil would rise, many a hero would rise to oppose it. The age old struggle between the forces of dark and light. Many heroes would defeat their foe using the power of love, using compassion and reason, and this would quell the darkness for a time.

But evil does not love deeply, it is shallow. Evil does not know compassion, it manipulates and uses others when needed, sometimes resembling a vague familiarity to empathy, an act. Evil does not know reason, other than its own biased sense.

Evil will not bend to these ideas, evil only knows might, and only might can defeat it. A force. A force that knows love, that knows compassion, that knows reason, but a force all the same.

Experimental Shorts are works based outside of the writer’s normal scope of genre and ideas, conceptualised and written in under twenty minutes.

Character lines by Amy Rathbone, colours and background paints by yours truly.

Character lines by Amy Rathbone, colours and background paints by yours truly.

Working on some new techniques. Full piece soon, hopefully.

Working on some new techniques. Full piece soon, hopefully.

A tiny paint study.

A tiny paint study.

Some shots from my recent stay in wild Scotland. Part 4. Like all good English endeavors, it ends in tea.

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Some shots from my recent stay in wild Scotland. Part 3.

Some shots from my recent stay in wild Scotland. Part 2.

Some shots from my recent stay in wild Scotland.