Here are some sketches involving an incident with Elza Walker and Jennifer Simpson who happened upon a strange mansion. Elza tells Officer Valentine here on what happened to Jennifer. Maybe now Elza will come back to the mansion with the cavalry to save her. Page 05Page 04Page 03Page 02
Note from Page 02 - I realized a litte too late that I reversed Elza's and Jennifer's roles in the first panel of this page, as it now seems that Jennifer is the one opening the gate. Although I really like Jennifer in that pose there on front of the gate. Maybe Elza will be the first to go through the gate and now Jennifer is just asking her if they should check it out or not.
Note from Page 04 - Jill's not that recognizable here, due to her having longer hair (probably like in the very first Resident Evil, not REmake). I'm kinda thinking like in the prologue where it seems like she tucked her long hair in the beret and only some of the lockes/bangs came down. I know from Resident Evil 3 and on she had a short hair, but in some of the concept art and epilogue (I don't know about the live action FMV's in the original Resident Evil, I could have sworn she had longer hair in those as well) she did seem to have longer hair. She's also wearing her white sweater/jacket thing from Resident Evil 3 that she wore tied around her waist.
Here's a request from
of a crossover sketch featuring Elza Walker of Resident Evil 1.5 fame and Jennifer Simpson from the Clocktower games. I decided to pick a few scenes from MegaManModelT101
and a few of his suggestions. Hope you like these!
At first I was a bit stumped how to approach this request, but I decided to take some hints from my Resident Evil 3.5/1.5 sketches. This was a lot of fun once I got going with the first two pages. Also, this is a bit experimental here, but I decided to put all five pages into one long comic type panel, but I still put the pages into their individual deviations if you want to look at them by themselves. Since I was on an artblock, this was a nice exercise and kick in the pants to get me started sketching again.
I gotta say, these sketches were a nice way to pretty much end my 2013-2015 sketch book.