“Today, in our field, there is so much talent and recognition that we are reaching a saturation point. An artist should no longer strive only for breathtaking craftsmanship; he should, instead, try to help us live better, either by dressing the wounds that are constantly being opened by society, or by offering solutions to get us out of the mess we’re in…But it’s going to be difficult and we have a lot of work to do.” - Jean 'Moebius' Giraud

Monday, November 12, 2007

MEDUSABOLT_90 minutes



Could've done more, but I was fussy with her face. Moving on.

[*EDIT: Yeah, so I had found some time and went back and messed with it more - especially her ear. Damn that thing was bad. But I swear that's the last time.]

9 comments:

VHS said...

Geez. This looks great!

naomiful said...

Ah... didn't see the revised version. Looks much better, not so fuzzy anymore...

Watch that shoulder though, the shape is a little strange.

Oh oh... and the arm coming up with the ball looks like it doesn't belong to her.

I'd go in depth on tips, but I don't wanna clog up your comments page lol, maybe later ^_^;; keep it up!

COMIKXGUY said...

i just like the idea of madusabolt

i like the face too

reminds me a little of middleton/ramos/skottie style but in your own awesum way

azhar said...

excellent digital paint job..

i wish i can meet you and learn how to draw and paint...

btw...yer style is unique, different, rare and energetic...
not similar to anyone like ramos, skottie..etc

kudos for you again for persistent post on your blog..
make me drop by yer blog every mornin,having coffee..to start a day...

if u r free drop by to my blog...need yer advice on my artwrk. ( everyone is welcomed)
http://azharsketch.blogspot.com/

Leaf said...

Love the warmth and feel of the hair. Fantastic effort.

Craig Zablo said...

Wowzers...

CCarman said...

looks awesome!!

great study.

Loved the new Iron Man issue btw, brilliantly choreographed fight with the Scarecrow. The work your doing on that book should get you an Eisner, it's one of the few books I'll venture into the comic shop to pick up.

Chris

arnie said...

don'r beat yourself up to much, that's the point of 90 minutes sketches. learing about how you do something. and not being afraid to fix something when you know it's wrong.

peace out

Anders said...

'an apple a day keeps the doctor away...'
it also works with your awesome artworks, Sir! ^^
I especially dig the "barbed wire balloons" piece.