Legendary Destination

A deadly enemy is rising again from the shadows and it's about to commit one of its more dreadful desires: Make the world its entire reign by turning it into fire and ash. It is up to Danny Phantom and allies to make sure they save the world from mortal chaos.

But before even making their first step, they were taught about a legend that in the end, it is the only viable solution on keeping the world safe and sound.

However, Danny's major concern is to be tested. An ancient mythical ghost named Alkabad, has told Danny to do several tasks in order to find what they are seeking for. But one of them requires him to put all his faith into an enemy he fought long ago... which makes him doubt if that's the right thing to do.


Apr 28th, 2020


I know what it is like to leave you to hang for TOOOOOO long from a cliffhanger. I know. I've also been there.

So, what is the current situation?
The change of pace and developing my work to help myself improve and grow.
I'm still posting comic concept art but also I want to work on other original artworks as for so long I wanted to refresh the content of my portfolio.

Keep in mind that one person is doing both story and artwork.
I'm not saying it's impossible. Some comic artists have done that. I'm saying that either story and art is hard work, and I have a vision of it. But in other to accomplish it, I need time for myself.
I've been posting artwork on my social media and some of the artwork is for testing. Test to checking new brushes for inking (lineart), checking out color compositions, edition... all of these to try and make the work much faster and better.


The BIG response to this is: YES! I haven't quit!
Why would I be still doing comic concept art then? I want to improve the story. And I want to improve myself. I want to make it much faster but still maintaining the quality I want to deliver.

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