Here is just a basic sketch and rough colors just to get a feel for it.
Didn’t have much time this evening so just the sketch for the DSC challenge [link]
Scarlett from GI-Joe. Seen here in contemplation prior to kicking someones bottom in the training dojo
I am like a lot of fans looking forward to seeing Babs back in action as Batgirl, but I will miss the fact that one of the most positive portrayals of a disabled characters in comics will no longer be there. I think that Babs as oracle was actually more socially significant than Babs as Batgirl (a female derivative of a male character). The character became important in it’s own right rather than being dependant on Batman.
Edit: Also one of the greatest Batman/Joker stories ever told – Killing Joke – I was worried it “now” never happened. Ignore this worry, I have been reliably informed that this is still canon – so good work by Gail Simone on Batgirl #1 I – looking forward to picking it up at store.
Anyway this is for today’s challenge over at #dailysketchchallenge [link]
A farewell to Oracle. I didn’t get as much done on finalising the drawing as I had hoped in the time but I think I was a bit ambitious – trying to show Barbara contemplating her past as Batgirl (and now her future). I did some basic coloring to give an idea of where i was going – and may still finish this
Oracle/Batgirl/Barbara Gordon copyright DC Comics.
For today’s #DSC [link] I got a bit carried away but still never got to the point of “inking” heh.. Oh well here is just over 45 minutes work (of a 30min deadline DOH) of Madelyne Prior or the Goblyn Queen as she was sometimes known. Had a lot of fun sketching goblins and creatures
Used a photo of Yamila Diaz for reference for the pose.
I may come back to this and finish it, hence WIP 😉
This weekend’s sketch challenge [link] was a 2 hour rendition of the X-Men (your preferred perfect class in the original uniforms. Well the Original or First Class was my preferred choice so here we are:
Characters: X-Men, Angel, Beast, Cyclops, Iceman, Jean Grey
Tools: Paint Tool Sai
Time: 2 hours
And here are a couple of WIP steps for those interested in that sort of thing:
Ok, had some food and now a couple of hours later this thing is really coming together. I think both horse and rider and ready to start “inking” over but I am going to leave it to later to do that.
Meantime here is a rough color test of the image so far. I did this just to get an idea of where I am going. This is by no means finished 😉 Now I am going to leave it alone before I break it. Will post some more images once I do a bit more work.
Another step in the image, just blocking in some more detail and working on placement of rider – decided not to have him so upright. Horse looks a little more horsey, bridle in place, bit of a saddle thing going on.
Well I was messing about this morning (Sat 3/9/2011) trying to draw a half believable horse for another image I had in mind and came up with this basic scene of someone riding their horsie at night – liking it so I will keep at it and see where it goes.