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Here’s the ink and colour of something that you will see included on the cover for Breakaway:
Chan Ranbir got old, but still an authority figure.
Janav’s all grown up now. First concepts of the Clockwork Watch uniform. First sketches of possible hairdue for Janav. Trying out his grown up face…
Here’s a progress scan of what is to become a painting very soon! And below are a few first sketches and doodles of various things connected to Breakaway, the sequel to The Arrival which is currently being drawn by yours truly behind the scenes! The very first concept sketch of a certain Chan, 20 years […]
Jennie Gyllblad talks to Alex Fitch of Resonance FM, about Clockwork Watch, Steampunk and working with Corey Brotherson and Yomi Ayeni. This interview was broadcast on the Panel Borders show, Resonance FM in London.
And here we move on to the last of our main characters in The Arrival… Chan Ranbir Chan is very much a driving force of The Arrival – for both the right and wrong reasons. A short-tempered genius, the father of the Ranbirs is stern, influential and a figure who looms over the family’s future. […]
Here’s what happens when culture collides with history in a make believe universe. Sikhism meets Steampunk. A snippet from the front cover of The Arrival.
And so on to our next main character in The Arrival– the dutiful mother, Tinku. Tinku Ranbir Mother to the ever-questioning Janav and wife to the stoic Chan, Tinku is a character who has great significance to the story. Her presence is felt throughout both The Arrival and Breakaway, and provides a sense of balance to the two […]
So, you’ve seen some of the artwork showing a few of the characters you’ll be joining on the journey that is Clockwork Watch – but who are they? Well, you’ll be finding out soon enough in The Arrival, however there’s no harm in introducing some of the people whose lives will dramatically change before you […]