Friday, June 17, 2005


And finally, here's a peek, albiet in-process and unfinished, of some image art for the show. What are all the photos about, well this little project. Showing the city in a genuine way is very important to us and it will be reflected more and more in the coming illustrations. Ironically the backgroud on this one is all fiction, I just made it up. Here we have an image of the character Vox Kali, based on Gina Stevens. Posted by Hello

7 comments:

Renegade Eye said...

Good work. Thank you. Great blog.

aneamo said...

Thank you for the kind words, you must have just caught me prepping this crazy big update here. We hope to keep this blog moving along but sadly things can get busy, causing delays in updates and can't get helped. Stay tuned though, there will be more art on the way.

SafeTinspector said...

I loved this image. I'm not so clear on this project yet (like, what is it, a graphic novel, slide show, flip-book?)
But I'll come back and read on for more data, and then I'll claim slightly less ignorance in my brain meats.

aneamo said...

Hi Joe, good to see you drop in here. It's planned as a 26 episode animated TV show pitch so this art is meant to "sell" the look of the show. We haven't really revealed a lot of clear info on the project yet so it's not your fault for not seeing the full picture. We will be more and more as we go though. Been busy but a fun busy.

SafeTinspector said...

I always have a thing for kick-ass women with normal amounts of clothing on. So I particularly enjoyed this lass.
Let me know if I can help in any way. I travel in and around Detroit for work quite a bit, and can collect detritus or photos if you want. I'm also a good proof reader.
Welp, off to work.

aneamo said...

Thanks for the offer for some help, we wouldn't have any problem taking you up on it. Sorry for the delayed responses here, it's been pretty busy with us all but we're getting back to regular posting here now. Lots of interesting stuff to come. As for the image, thank you. I'm rather fond of this image myself. I'll be posting the final one soon. Stay tuned.

Hatrax said...

Thanks for noticing that our female characters kick ass (literally or figuratively) and yet there is not a thread of spandex, not a single hint of bodice-bursting cleavage, nor anything that looks like it belongs in a fetish model's closet... just good, practical, normal wear. Stupid costumes for women characters have been a pet peeve of mine for years... and you will never see a woman in a VulnePro production wearing anything a real woman in her situation wouldn't wear. Simple.