First Look at Lore –
Begins in the middle of a horrific tribal ceremony, a captured explorer is forced to watch; meanwhile, the rest of the explorers, search the nearby temple, finding a Vault; discovering an artifact – The origin of a main heroine; and the setting of the tribal scenes; where the forces of the explorers return, to exterminate the tribe responsible for the horrific ceremony. And face the abominations they created to serve them.
18 pages scripted : frame by frame. Multiple page, story/character (origin and plots) descriptions for each of the listed characters; Defined, the World of Q-7 in terms, and interactions with characters from Q-9, defined, and the major power artifacts, and hierarchy of ‘beings’ described, and integrated into narrative.
“Congo Jongo” is designed to appear like a Golden age Pre-code cover logo. The look of the covers will suit tribal pre-code scenes, and women ( from thin, athletic to muscular) dressed in skimpy fur, bikini variations, and barbarian style hair, weapons. A savage jungle presentation that is at times a lush green paradise full of beautiful women; and at times Pre-code scenes, the thread between the stories, being the characters, and their quests, and conflicts; meanwhile, they are surrounded by tribes, and the notorious P’munti tribe, which has been corrupted by Cuj Wikkoth to create umbreed from the void entity parasite “M.I.S.I.D.I.S”.
Plenty of sci-fi concepts, and a large cast of archetypes, to present, for a variety of colorful sequences, covers, and illustrations; which can utilize the poses, gestures, expressions, physiques, studied, drawn, redrawn ( presented in the various categories of the Atelier: tonal drawings, templates, reference studies, composition book dynamic freehand drawings, and redrawings of all of the above.).
Maps have been developed, revised, edited, and can be applied to the open world; all of which exist in a 1st draft form. I am close to having the character designs, redrawn on templates I like, and then ink and color them; since the majority of the concept art for Dystopia, was designed first for Congo Jongo. (the 4 image build up, leaves 3 which are not for Dystopia; the final ones of each character build up, are so specific to the Dystopia writer’s descriptions, that they aren’t usable for Congo Jongo). I have composition sketch’s of the main cast, and some are colored with pencils.