Bill Plympton is working off of Jim Lujan's character designs like the one above.
The Inland Emperor biker club plays a large role in Revengeance. Consider them our "stormtroopers", if you will. They are the brutal enforcers who ride upon their mighty iron steeds fueled by meth and bravado! Here are some of Jim's designs that Bill will be working from when drawing the characters. Bill is hand drawing the film as we speak. Jim's designs and Bill's drawings are coming together AMAZINGLY. A match made in heaven (or at least on the outskirts)! There are several character sheets like this floating around, and we'll be posting more in the near future. Stay tuned and meet more of the cast from Revengeance.
This is Bill Plympton's line art for a character named Luis Escobar. He's a fugitive that we get to meet at the beginning of Revengeance. Rod Rosse has the distinct pleasure of trying to capture this sweaty, hairy, 300 lb behemoth of a man. Trivia fact: Luis Escobar was named after a very nice Luis Escobar, who is NOT a fugitive from the law nor is he 300 lbs hairy or sweaty. The real Luis Escobar works on the Simpson's TV show and is an amazing artist. Jim Lujan decided to name this character after his friend, Luis, because of the total contrast in personality.
REVENGEANCE HITS LA!! Starting AUGUST 10th- LOS ANGELES for a week's run at the Laemmle Monica Film Center, 1332 2nd St. in Santa Monica, from August 10-16, where the King of Indie Animation BILL PLYMPTON will attend shows in person, and again do a Q&A, signings and sketches, Joined by the very entertaining and prolific JIM LUJAN (Co-Creator of Revengeance) Wow, what a show! Please tell all your friends to come out and say hello!
SPREAD THE WORD AND SUPPORT INDIE ANIMATION!!
For more information and tickets for the L.A. shows, please visit: https://www.laemmle.com/films/44192#get-tickets