Two More by Chris Cornwell
First, Black Wings. This silent mini is done with what looks like a Sharpie. It even smelled kind of inky when I opened up the envelope.
Black Wings works best when Chris does a bit of background to clash with the character. The figure on the ground with the rock looks fantastic. The figure in the air is less convincing without the background.
The thing I like about this is it's mostly done with very short fat lines. Chris uses the occasional longer curved line to delineate the shape of the figure, but it's the short strokes that make up the bulk of the art.
It's unexpected and effective. Not sure how much Black Wings will cost you, but if you contact Chris at email@example.com, he could probably help you out.
Quester is another silent mini that spans 40 sometimes awe-inspiring pages. There's much more of a visual kick to this one.
It's more like I Wanna Destroy You, but the art is more organic. Where Destroy had cut out art pasted together, Quester has thick inky lines making up the figures. The title of this mini is certainly apt; the main character goes on a mind boggling quest that transcends mind and body.
You can get a copy of Quester for $2.00 from Bill at the always fantastic Copacetic Comics website.