I ended up choosing the design on the right to develop which is kind of a mix between Tom Berenger and James Coburn:
He's a hustler and a gambler so I wanted to study some reference to push his character:
To make him a bit more appealing and diverse, making him a family man was a good a challenge. That way he can justify actions by saying it's done for the greater good. These drawings below illustrate two different personalities. At home, he's king(the root meaning of Henry means 'home ruler') but out in the real world, he's a scam man.
More to come later.
Posted by Jeremy on Sunday, February 28, 2010 /
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Posted by Jeremy on Monday, February 15, 2010 /
It's not very Searle-ish but it's what I could do in time. Fun stuff though not easy even though certain artists make it look that way.
Posted by Jeremy on Sunday, February 7, 2010 /
This was going to be my submission to the Searle book but it's looking like it won't make the cut. Maybe I'll finish it and just put it away. Fun little project and hopefully I can come up with something better before the 16th.