Monday, October 19, 2015

Burgess’ Servant # 6 (illustrated by Max Rugers)

In 1939, Wesley Dodds visits England while investigating the suicide of his friend Linus Benchley.

His investigation leads him to Fawney Rig, the home of Roderick Burgess.

Dodds, attends a party thrown by Burgess.

This man is one of the many servants at the party. He spends the evening walking around the party serving drinks to the guests.

He appears in Sandman Midnight Theatre on page 35, in panel 5.

This is another fantastic portrait from Max. I really like the perspective of this portrait. It’s slightly angled, which gives an unusual feeling about the character. Max’s portrait provides a less menacing portrayal of the character. I think it’s due to the fact that his face is thinner and more angular as opposed to the very square shaped face from the published comic. I love the backgrounds and the hints of other people in the background. This is a great portrait and I hope you like it as much as I do!!!

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