Dog Eaters

character Design evolution for issue #5: Tommy, Stevie, Bevan, Bronco

Posted on 01.08.10 under Uncategorized

Time has passed for the characters of DOG EATERS.
Tommy’s hair has grown out.
So has Stevie’s.
Bevan hasn’t had a hair cut either.
But Bronco has a new vest…

character design evolution Issue #5: Tracy & Angie

Posted on 01.08.10 under Uncategorized

Time has passed for the younger women of the Black Dog Clan as well and they are undergoing more fundamental physical changes…
Tracy is growing more mature…
And Angie is well into her pregnancy…
We won’t see her like this in the comic. This is her “wire frame” before her clothes get put on.

Chasing Rainbows…

Posted on 01.04.10 under Uncategorized

Better bring a shovel and roll up your sleeves!

fighting by remote controller

Posted on 01.02.10 under Uncategorized

In the fourth story on the same timeline as DOG EATERS, Frank Stillwell, weapons designer and engineer extraordinaire, and a character in FLYWHEEL, sours on hunting-killing by remote control, and applies for a position at the self-sufficient, neo-bohemian community of Flywheel.

MQ-1 Predator is a fully operational system consisting of four air vehicles (with sensors), a ground control station (GCS), and a Predator primary satellite link communication suite. The U.S. Air Force considers the Predator unmanned aircraft system (UAS) a “Tier II” vehicle.

“We’ve moved from using UAVs (Unmanned Aerial Vehicle) primarily in intelligence, surveillance, and reconnaissance roles before Operation Iraqi Freedom, to a true hunter-killer role with the Reaper.”
Aircraft is always monitored or controlled by aircrew in the Ground Control Station (GCS) and weapons employment is always commanded by the “pilot.”

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