I love this look for her too. In an age of computer software manipulation, thinly disguising itself as art (and yes I do like a lot of it), it is very refreshing to find somone like yourself, who can actually draw and who is blessed with true artistic talent. You have a wonderful gallery. Will take my time perusing it. Cheers!
Hey Nick, sorry for my slow reply. Yes, great to finally meet you as well. Sometimes when I'm real busy at conventions I just don't get up and talk enough to people that I actually want to talk to. Let me know when you might be appearing somewhere else, and if I'm there also it's possible we could get together afterward and go get a bite to eat somewhere. Meeting you was like seeing myself 20 years ago, it was kind of scary, but in a good way.
I totally understand Dave- when things get rockin' and rollin' you lose track of time; been there, done that. I'll be at the Boston Comic Con next weekend and Baltimore in August, everything else is up in the air. I might stop by NYCC as an attendee (or if Greg LaRocque will let me sit with him again at his table), but I don't know what other shows I'll pop up at.
beautiful eyes lips and hair.. well actually the whole head!!! nvm scratch that the whole thing is SUPERB i was kinda trying out to make a mermaid to day and ugh how bad its that your females look like male after quite some time huh hahahah i wanted to give that classy 80's female you gave her ugh!! you are the man!!
That is just fantastic. The colors used are so vibrant and the whole thing has a really classic look to it despite it depicting one of the more recent Supergirls. Honestly, as much as I love the current version (minus her current horrible short haircut) introduced by Turner, Steigerwald, and Loeb, I none the less still find myself longing for poor Linda Danvers here. And no, not for the obvious reasons (as seen above)