Michael Zulli did it first - and it's been burned in my mind since I saw his rendition from way back when. But I think his images was put over the top by his use of duo-tone paper. This stuff comes in large sheets along with two solutions (appropriately named 'A' and 'B'). When solution A is applied diagonal lines appear in one direction and solution B's application brings out a set of lines intersecting those of A. Awesome stuff, great way to execute effects, and expensive as hell. I don't even know if they make it anymore. Nonetheless, memories of that is what inspired this image. It's from (as I recall it) a double-page spread in the second issue of that four-issue run on TMNT from Mirage Studios. I haven't seen the printed material in quite some time so I don't know how close I am to swiping the poses outright, but I swear the original was that good.
I'm a stealer.