I enjoyed drawing Wonderwoman so much so that I thought I'd explore another DC comics female super hero - heroine or perhaps villain character - Catwoman. I grown up as a huge fan of the Bruce Timm vision of Batman in the animated series. an thought I'd attempt to draw the character in my personal interpretation.
Below is the final image and a video documenting the entire process from rough sketch through to final render.
I was browsing the net the other day and saw some gorgeous images of the DC comic book superhero - superheroine character Wonder Woman and felt compelled to draw her. I like to think of my style of drawing as being my own unique expression but I cannot mask the influence that the classical Disney style of drawing has moulded into my developmental process. So I thought what the heck why not just draw her the way you like to draw her! Below is the final image and a video documenting the entire process from rough sketch through to final render.
It's True - I grown up wanting my own Princess Jasmine and I found the living better! I couldn't resist the temptation to Disneyfy her - Propper Disney of course - The hand drawn stuff - not the Plasticy trite released after Home on the range...
Had a down day from work as I had to wait for the prop designer to provide me with elements for my storyboard. I taken the time out as an opportunity to revisit an old friend of mine - A character I initially developed for a proposed TV series. I'm still trying to improve my painting skills - not quite there yet - not by a long shot actually but I'll keep having fun nonetheless! I plan to re boot him but for a comic book in today's world of self publishing.
Pretty much as the title states. I have been re discovering my interest in the female form particularly in cartoon pin up girl art. Since I first encountered the pretty, cute, sexy and of course hot toon girls designed by Freddie Moore - Then later in Don Bluth's Laser disc arcades I was hooked on drawing them! Below is a mermaid concept and a video - documenting 3/4 of the drawing process. I later painted in more detail without screen capture.