Saturday, October 27, 2007

Visit the Millennia War site!!!!


Please visit the site dedicated to my comic, 'Millennia War': www.millenniawar.com... I hope you like it!

This illustration depicts a 'photo' of the Hayashi twins when they were younger. Happy times. ^^

xoxo

10 comments:

Patach said...

Good God, that's one nice site! Good to see you on blogger!

As said before, you're one of the best illustrators I personally know.

Colin Harris said...

Love the expressions :)

Ashley A. Woods said...

thank you! you guys make me blush...

as you can prolly see, hannah (left) is more outspoken and saya (right), not so much. saya's more reserved and laid back, but she's far from shy.

i think it's interesting to compare the younger saya here to the older saya in the previous post. she's now in the Federation, and she comes across so much stronger...

earl said...

Real Cute Picture Of Them.I Have A Feeling You Going To Bring Up Their Past In Later Stories.I Don't Know. What's In The Mind Of The Great Artist?

Ashley A. Woods said...

Well, you already know what happens in issue #1 and that was real bogus, lol. if you bought the book(s), please don't ruined it for others who may be interested, LOL! ^^

But they're gonna go through a LOT.

Colin Harris said...

Thanks for your kind words. I'll be keeping an eye on your work. Yours has a far more polished, professional look about it and yoU use colour(!!) which Im useless at!

Colin Harris said...

HI
Thanks again to your comments.

Anyway. I have tried watercolours. Im not too great with them but Im learning, slowly. Ive tended to add colour to my work digitally after scanning it into me pc. That way I wont ruin the original piece. :)

dustin said...

great stuff ashley! your colors are getting more amazing everyday!

Matthew Mason said...

Ashley, would you be able to provide me with some advice on how to get printing costs down so I can charge a fair price to customers and not worry about making my money back with little profit? TIA.

Matthew.

Matthew Mason said...

Ashley, would you be able to provide me with some advice on how to get printing costs down so I can charge a fair price to customers and not worry about making my money back with little profit? TIA.

Matthew.