Thursday, June 30, 2011

Storm (X-Men)

One of my favorite X-Men characters. She's just so darn gorgeous, I couldn't help but draw her.

Inks and pencils:

Keep swimming,
Glassfish

Tuesday, June 28, 2011

Spider-Woman


I've been in a Spider-Woman mood recently. I absolutely love her and yet, I don't know anything about her. I haven't read any of the comics that she's appeared in, so I have no idea what her personality is like. She could be completely bland but I probably wouldn't care; I'd still like her. There's something about that incredibly sexy costume of her's that I can't get out of my mind.

It seems that Spider-Woman caught something in her web, tee-hee. I thought it would be neat if her "prey" was behind her and was not seen entirely.

Sketches:



Keep swimming,
Glassfish

Commission - Gotta Save April!


Another commissioned comic featuring the beautiful April O'Neil and her young rescuer, called "Gotta Save April!"

Hmm... is that a key I see there? Perhaps a key to April's apartment? Just what does Miss O'Neil have in store for her hero? Is this really the last we'll see of The Shredder? Why are there so many questions and so few answers?!

[Perhaps we'll find the answers to these questions  - and more! - next time in: "The Roommate!"]

Stay Tuned! (and keep swimming),
Glassfish

Monday, June 27, 2011

Black Cat


Here's Black Cat, swinging into action.

Sketch:



Keep swimming,
Glassfish

Sunday, June 26, 2011

Dejah Thoris, Power Girl and Zatanna colored



Here are the colored versions of some sketches I did not too long ago, featuring Dejah Thoris, Zatanna and Power Girl.

(And for anyone who notices yes I forgot to add in PG's belt, but at least I kept in all the good parts.)

Keeping swimming,
Glassfish

Tuesday, June 21, 2011

Bayonetta vs. Kid Icarus Pages 7-9



Are they in a grave yard? Heaven? A park? I just don't know anymore!!

A fun little fact here, I drew this comic on regular plain paper. I usually draw comics on a 11x17 sheet of bristol board paper.

Sketches:


 Keep swimming,
Glassfish

Monday, June 20, 2011

Commission - Sandra Cockington

This is a comic I was commissioned to do sometime ago. The main female character is Sandra Cockington, an explorer, who finds a tribe of pygmies. She soon ends up taking one tribe member into her tent to examine him... thoroughly.

(Quick note: All characters that appear in this comic are above the age of 18.)



Keep swimming,
Glassfish

Saturday, June 4, 2011

Bayonetta vs. Kid Icarus Pages 4-6


More pages. More white void. But, as SuperSquallLee wrote in my previous Bayonetta post, they could just be in heaven.

Sketches:



(Just a quick sidenote: I'll be away for a few days. In the interim, please feel free to comment as usual and I'll post a reply when I get back home. Thanks, folks!)

Keep swimming,
Glassfish

Friday, June 3, 2011

Commissions: Red Monika , Orginal characters (Lilja, Rosa, Iris), and Birthday Date with April

 Red Monika Titfuck (Color): 


I've never read an issue of Battle Chasers but a while back I do remember seeing an ad for the comic. On the ad, Red Monika was pressing her breasts on top of what I believe was some kind of golem. I remember thinking then, "she has nice breasts, I should buy this comic," but instead I brought something else that day and completely forgot about Battle Chasers.

Anyway, I love the way the colors came out on this one.

Here's the digital sketch and inked version: 

Orginal characters (Lilja, Rosa, and Iris):

The client's original characters. The client also provided a reference picture.


Digital sketch: 




A Birthday Date with April:


This is part of a trilogy that is not yet completed. I really love drawing April O'Neil. I know this may sound silly, but I think one her best features is her hair. There's something about it that I just really like. It's probably the shape.

I used to be (and probably still am) a TMNT fan. Not the recent one, but the one from the 80's. I watched it pretty late in the game, catching reruns of the show in the mid 90's and of course I loved it. I really thought April was a really cool character. She was a girl who wasn't afraid to hang out with a bunch of anthropomorphic turtles and a rat, eating pizza in the sewers... Once I think about it, it actually doesn't sound very sanitary.

Sketch:

Keep swimming,
Glassfish

Wednesday, June 1, 2011

Comics and Drawings: Warlord of Mars: Deja Thoris #1, Power Girl #23-24, Batman and Robin #23, Conan: Road of Kings #5

I read quite a few comics these past couple of weeks and wanted to share my thoughts on some of them, and throw in a few sketches too. Just a fair warning, this post WILL CONTAIN (some) SPOILERS!

Warlord of Mars: Dejah Thoris #1:


I have not read a single issue of Warlord of Mars but that didn't stop me from reading it's spin off (or prequel rather) Warlord of Mars: Dejah Thoris. One of the variant covers, drawn by the great Arthur Adams, was enough to grab my attention and make me give this comic a shot, and I'm glad I did. One issues in and I'm loving every page. Dejah Thoris is one incredible sexy character and she's not afraid to kick some butt if need be.

This spin off series takes place four hundred years before the events of Warlord of Mars, with the title character's the (later nation) of Helium divided into two warring city-states. Eventually, the leader of one of the cities proposes a truce by way of arranged marriage: Deja, from the lesser city, will be married to the son of the leader of the greater city. But, as you can guess, things don't entirely work out from there...

I've just started reading the title so I can't talk too much about it, except to say, Dejah. Looks. Gorgeous. The art is great and she comes off fantastic as the tough and utterly sexy type. Of course, it doesn't hurt that the book has plenty of violence and political intrigue throughout.

Anyway, I'll probably return with more thoughts on the book as I get further into it but suffice to say, I'm really looking forward to reading more of it (and more Deja!).

For now, here's a sketch I made of Dejah Thoris: