Working on my professional portfolio, with an intent to skew it towards illustration. Right now, it’s still heavily under construction. The best I have to offer, though, is there.
I would appreciate feedback, as I am trying to pursue a career in art. Any feedback is good.</p>
My portfolio: http://jmoyet.daportfolio.com
Forgive any continuity mistakes, etc. This has been years in the making and a lot has gone down to adjust it to.
In a forest bog, something not man nor monster stalked between the trees. Its massive lower limbs squelched against the wet earth, and its hulking form of moss, muck, and veins of branches and other vegetation stumbled forward like a great, abominable mountain. Its globular red eyes, too large and round to betray any real malice, took in the darkness and its shadows. It seemed perfectly at home in the shadows. Its tangled vegetable limbs did not catch on any branch or trip over a sunken log or hidden obstacle, nor did it have difficulty avoiding the trees. Indeed, where there was no space to move, it simply squeezed effortlessly between them.
The creature was looking for a place to sleep; or to do something like it. The full, bright moon aided its eyes somewhat, but mostly it moved by its own nocturnal vision.
He was called the Man-Thing by some. Or the Vorgonus Koth by a very select few.
Taking in the larger trees which might offer some degree of shelter, he felt, before he truly saw, the strange heat at his back. The Man-Thing turned around quickly, automatically envisioning a scalding fire erupting toward him, but instead saw a strange cloud or formation of light. In the cloud he saw a form hitting the ground, a human form clothed in black, bristling with weapons (all of which would be useless against a creature such as itself), and wearing a deep magenta mask. The clothing fell down the figure's legs, yet a moment later the creature saw this person was male. A golden diadem reflected the light that had transported him into the bog. As the brightness faded, it left behind a floating gem which hovered over the man's shoulder and glowed white-hot at its core.
"You, creature!" the man called out.( Read more...Collapse )