Wednesday, November 11, 2015


When I thought about the composition of the characters I made them based on some clichés. Because it’s fun to use clichés. What I noted for myself at the time it’s the fact that I shouldn’t be totally serious. But the first composition of the characters was indecent serious.
Charlotte, a woman tank, lonely road warrior and the legend of the wasteland, the terror of all post-apocalyptic people.
Valentine (it was he, not she at the time and she had face of Ellen Page haha). She served as an engineer and concurrently she was a moe.
John Doe is a handsome guy who lost his memory and later his mind. Losing memory… it is so banal.
Betty wasn’t well considered character based on my friend.
A woman with no legs who had mechanical animal legs, but she mostly was in a wheelchair. I think now that it was great that I decided to add disabled character. But I couldn’t cope significant description of the life without legs and also I couldn’t do that with humor and avoiding triggers. Besides, I rejected the idea of doing this comics too dramatic and decided to do it more trashy. It should be outrageous to the limit so it wouldn’t be vulgar.
After conversation with a friend I decided to put someone completely insane and real scumbag to the comics. Woman with mechanical legs was replaced to the… MADISON.
At first this character looked like this. It was the concept of the concept. She’s quite marginal subject and eventually it turned out that the most recent added character has become the key character.

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