Sequentials That Are Inconsequential...

A blog by Comicbook Artist Daniel Irizarri for the exposition, culture, and criticism of sequential art, also known as COMICS.

Oct 18
Here’s an Illustration that’s gone through 2 or 3 edits, but I’m hoping that this is the final version. Though previously it was a Green turtle (Chelonia mydas), it was recently decided that it should be changed into a Hawksbill turtle (Eretmochelys imbricata). Thankfully I was able to use most of the Green Turtle as base, with most of the work being changing the pattern on the turtle shell.
-Daniel
EDIT: Ha! it seems i made changes after all. I was kind of unsatisfied with the shade and hue of its turtle-shell. I also shortened the length of its beak. Ok, now I’m happy.

Here’s an Illustration that’s gone through 2 or 3 edits, but I’m hoping that this is the final version. Though previously it was a Green turtle (Chelonia mydas), it was recently decided that it should be changed into a Hawksbill turtle (Eretmochelys imbricata). Thankfully I was able to use most of the Green Turtle as base, with most of the work being changing the pattern on the turtle shell.

-Daniel

EDIT: Ha! it seems i made changes after all. I was kind of unsatisfied with the shade and hue of its turtle-shell. I also shortened the length of its beak. Ok, now I’m happy.


  1. yasminliang said: Love this little dude. Such great textures!
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