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Neverland Neverland
All children, except one, grow up.

My colored Blackbeard from Sketch Dailies last week!

Quick environments to for Marooner’s Rock in Peter Pan. I haven’t done anything like this before, it was kinda hard but fun?

Fairy dances amongst the ruins!

My redesign of the Lost Boys’ home. I spent a lot of time thinking about why it had to be underground [in the book] and came to the conclusion that Peter just loved his own cleverness so much when Hook couldn’t find it. Following that lead, I re-imagined the house being a seemingly impossible situation - a large boat turned upside down amongst some ruins on the top of a cliff that’s inaccessible unless you know the way. This, I think, is fitting. Peter probably greatly enjoys flaunting his home on top of a cliff Hook can’t get to. This is one of the earlier sketch comps I made before moving to this part:

J.M. Barrie, Peter Pan

Peter Pan (Peter Pan, J.M. Barrie).

He was so full of wrath against grown-ups, who as usual, were spoiling everything, that as soon as he got inside his tree he breathed intentionally quick short breaths at the rate of about five to a second. He did this because there is a saying in the Neverland, that everytime you breathe, a grown-up dies; and Peter was killing them of vindictively as fast as possible.

Peter Pan. 

My new found love…


☠—Early Concept Art For Captain Hook