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An adaptation of the Greek play Medea by Euripides, the tale of someone wronged by the person they trusted most in the world and the lengths that they go for vengeance.
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I love how you have talked us thru your process and how you developed the story.. I'm over at Youtube now watching you draw Medea.. Lollie L
My initial design of Aegeus, Lord of Uruk. This was before I had decided to include the ア facial tattoo. A spikier overall snake pattern design here to further distinguish the characters from each other.Author Note
A pinup of Jason from this book. Clearly from earlier in Jason's adventures. Please check out the making-of video I just posted of this piece on my Youtube channel.Author Note
My original design for Glauce. I use jewelry sparingly in this book, to emphasize the importance of Medea's, but felt there need to be both bracelets and a head band for Glauce to reflect on the original play's obsession with appearance. That obsession isn't mentioned in my adaptation, as Glauce takes Medea's gift for a different reason than in the original play, but it is still a minor nod to the original.Author Note
The robots. I liked the idea of never giving them names, further reinforcing their status in this society. As in the original play, they are only referred to by their titles of Nurse, Tutor, and Messenger, respectively. I also liked the idea of making them far more human-looking than the actual humans in the story.Author Note