Chimera battles a Zombie Cyborg on an old rooftop.
I wanted to see how far I could push my scratchy lines technique. I'm not sure if I did better than [link]
(No Parking) but I did try many new things that I couldn't do then.
I tried a couple new ways of bringing the characters out of the background. It's a very difficult thing to do well. You can opt for making the subject darker, more highly contrasted, thicker lined, and more detailed but too much of this can make the subject hover above the background. Usually I try to apply every trick I know just slightly, so they all add up but the viewer can't easily see one technique. Marker also helps because it smoothes out scratchy ink and can make decent gradients. I've still got a lot to learn about it though.
Chimera, being a genetically engineered mercenary isn't an easy guy to beat, but a third generation cyborg soldier can make mincemeat out of him. So he's mostly trying to avoid and frustrate the big guy until he can get away. Bounce Chimera bounce!
Micron pens and Prismacolor marker.