As they meet for the first time, Shelby is initially unsure about Joel and what he’s doing in her father’s museum office. From the Shelby Bly Project.
November 25, 2020
Poser 12, Photoshop CC
This is a promotional artwork from my in-the-works graphic novel with the working title the Shelby Bly Project. This is considered a non-spoiler artwork even though it is basically a scene from the first chapter when Shelby and Joel meet for the first time (I call “spoilers” anything that hints at what takes place after Chapter 1).
After her ordeal in Arizona, Shelby goes to her father’s office at the American Museum of Civilization to find his Field Journal where she is surprised by the fact that someone is already inside. That’s when she meets her father’s assistant, Joel Rio, who must quickly explain what he’s doing there. She isn’t too sure about him at first but he will soon win her over and offer her his help in uncovering the mysteries surrounding the Vril so that she can save her father from GEEVA. The question is though, can she actually trust him?
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