Old Stuff 10 “Trailer Trish & the Varmints Frum Spayce” (from: 11-13-2010)

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This is only the second drawing I did after having NOT drawn for four months, wherein I usually draw in a more “cartoony” style until I get my skills and confidence back up. The gent holding the dead possum is actually my neighbor, and it was actually something he DID, which inspired the very FIRST drawing in four months.

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I was just using up the empty remaining sketchbook-page space (to save money), and drew an alien on the same page as this drawing of Trish. Then the caption occurred to me as a way of making it all fit together.

Another drawings of Trailer Trish’s aliens. He’s holding another of my interpretations of the infamous “probe”.

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I did a few drawings trying to nail down the design of Trailer Trish’s aliens. These are two of the best. The left one is holding my interpretation of the infamous “probe”.

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I did the drawing of Trish separate, but on the same page as this Alien, then conceived of the scenario that combined them into the same scene. If it isn’t clear, the alien is supposed to be buzzing on some of Trish’s moonshine.

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Old Stuff 09 “Hubba-Hubba Woman” (from: 11-13-2010)

This is my FIRST ever drawing of Wonder Woman (I mostly have drawn Supergirl and PowerGirl). This is early after a 4 month period of NOT drawing, wherein I usually draw in a more cartoony style until I get my confidence and skills back up. I later did a more “decent” drawing of WW for a little girl in my building:

This is only the second drawing of Wonder Woman I’ve done ever. I’d done another (in a skimpier costume, and with greater, er, “assets”) , and while I was drawing, a little girl in my building asked if I could draw Wonder Woman (not realizing that I was drawing her right then). My neighbor said I should draw a more “decent” version, and give it to the girl. So this is my idea of a “little-girl-safe” Wonder Woman.

Wonder Woman © DC Comics

Old Stuff 08 “Armor Girl” (from: 11-13-2010)

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Armor Girl (Mock Cover) version 1
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Originally a re-design idea for Wonder Woman’s costume. This is a semi-action pose designed to show display her costume.

Armor Girl (Mock Cover) version 2
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Originally a re-design for Wonder Woman. Re-color of Version 1) to more clearly show the colors of her costume as they would be seen in white light. I’ve reversed some of colors in WW’s costume to better distinguish her as original.

Old Stuff 07 “Batman: Patrol over Gotham” (from: 11-13-2010)

A drawing of Batman, here in it’s raw pencil form:

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This is an earlier stage of the final version. Here I’ve retained a more “traditional” version of his costume. You see that his utility belt has fallen off. Originally, I was going to have a voice balloon of him calling: “Yo, Gordon! Little help?”

Finished, colored stage. City skyline silouete, Bat-emblem and type created in Illustrator, then pasted as paths in PhotoShop. Since now I no longer intended to use the dropped-utility belt joke, I took it out of the image.

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Batman © DC Comics

Old Stuff 06 “2 Supergirls” (from: 11-13-2010 02:27pm)

This is another try at a forced-perspective pose (which didn’t happen, obviously). I ran out of room on the page to draw her right arm extended, so drew it bent. Thus the attitude was suggested to me, and so the caption.

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I used a pose from a magazine as a positional reference. After I got the basic forms down, though, I refined it and embellished the details from my VAST knowledge of anatomy (PLEASE note my sarcastic tone). Trying to invoke a young version of Supergirl. More in my series of studies of the womanly tummy and legs. The caption was suggested by her pose to me.

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Supergirl © DC Comics