3-Page Previews: Ugli Studios Presents: #1

The official poster of  Through the Eyes of Grizelda

The poster depicts the fortress of the grand necromancer AMON KADESH under siege from the forces of good in the land of XENDRIA.  His familiar GRIZELDA watches with anticipation as the door is opened, and magic fire burns at both sides while undead giants rally the zombie forces of AMON KADESH!!  GRIZELDA’s selfish concern is only for her well being, not for that of any of the people dying in the horrific scene she is over seeing out of the window of her private tower.   This poster has some great line work courtesy of Jason Lenox and amazing colors from Dani Kaulakis to get a really rich look on the page.

Pages 11 of Through the Eyes of Grizelda

GRIZELDA escapes death in her tower as the fight becomes more intense to kill AMON KADESH – her master. In a flashback she recalls being a kitten and her master killing his enemies and raising them as the undead to fight for him!  Her eye is the window for the reader to see into this vivid flashback of the awful acts of this terrible necromancer and his selfish familiar. Rich contrasting colors from Dani Kaulakis and detailed line work from Jason Lenox make this a great example of what to expect in this book.

Page 3 of VERMIN

COMMANDER VEER sees his man near death and orders his men to stop and save the life of a comrade, while he orders a counterstrike.  So VEER and a flame unit go into a blown out urban environment to hunt down the VERMIN they have come to kill, at the same time, they are ambushed again.  However, VEER escapes with his and his fellow soldier’s lives due to quick thinking!  Will they Kill the GREAT VERMIN?  Dani Kaulakis’s bright colors accent a dangerous environment created by artist Jason Lenox.

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