Friday, April 30, 2010

P:R Update - Black Canary Results Are In!

The results are in over at Project: Rooftop! I didn't make the winner/runner-up cuts, but it's clear upon seeing the winners. The winning pieces are top-notch, and congratulations go out to them!

Keep watching P:R, honorable mentions go up next week, so maybe my submission will be featured there.

Wednesday, April 28, 2010


So here's the deal: I kind of liked how this one came out, but I have no desire to color it. Part of that is because I have a couple of other projects I have going on that I want to finish first before I tackle this. And if I try to tackle this, I'll end up with three things that aren't getting done soon enough. But I really want to see this colored. So if you or someone you know has maaaaaaaaaad Photoshop skills (or just decent Photoshop skills -- I'm not that picky) feel free to take this and give it a go. Add your signature to mine and e-mail it back to me at getts182[at]gmail[dot]com, and I'll post what I get here. And keep it clean! ;P

I'll wait until May 31 to post the submittals.

Thursday, April 15, 2010

Harley Quinn

Here's my cartoonized version of Harley Quinn, accomplice to the Joker and adversary of the Batman.

I wanted to stray from her classic costume of the comics and animated series, but not go as far as they did in the recent Arkham Asylum video game. I think I was able to retain a lot of the classic elements of the costume, but make it look a bit different at the same time. I'm particularly fond of the gloves and boots in this one.

Of course, here's the line art, before I colored it.

Tuesday, April 6, 2010

P:R Canary, Captain America

News is in over at Project: Rooftop. Submissions for Black Canary are over. Apparently over 100 entries were submitted, so wish me luck! Even an honorable mention would be sweet! Next up is Captain America, so we'll have to see what I can do for that!

Friday, April 2, 2010

Batman Line Art

This is the immediate predecessor to what I'm working on now. I really liked this cartoony version of Batman, but for my current piece I went with more of an action pose, rather than just a standing position.