Here she is - She-Hulk! I was thinking up ways on how to hint at her strength while still maintaining a graceful stance. Decided on this pose (somewhat inspired by images of Atlas bearing the world on his shoulders). She-Hulk may not be burdened by the weight on the world on her shoulders, but she CAN carry a hefty amount of weight - something which I *hope* I was able to depict here somewhat figuratively. Hope you all like! Thanks for looking :)
A few weeks ago I had the huge oportunity to color over ’s lines and once I’d known what was all about, I couldn’t do anything else but go for it!
His drawings are awesome, Doctor Who is one of my favoriite fandoms from all time and I enjoyed every minute I spent coloring the awesome lines he sent me. Even if in the end I had to stay up all night to be able to make it to the con, it was completely worth it and I would color his lines again any time!
And I cannot forget , who helped flatting out the colors for me and saved me a lot of time ;3;♥
Give *ElectroCereal lot’s of love for creating such awesome lines!
Here’s a quick drawing. I wanted to include at least one other character, so I was trying to figure out what to do about Spartan - I have this sort of serious aversion to drawing 90s headsocks, you see - and I had this realization.
A lot of the dynamic, powerful poses that comic artists draw men in would make just as much sense if Freddie Mercury were doing them. Seriously! Any of the superhero power poses, just imagine Freddie on stage doing that, and it works just as well. Amazing. I call it the Freddie Mercury Corollary.
The difference between this and the Escher girls phenomenon is that I would not like comic artists to stop drawing men that way, because now I can’t unsee it and it is contributing greatly to my enjoyment of comics.
Anyway if you want to incorporate any of the dudes in your Hawkeye redraws but don’t feel like actually drawing that character, consider Freddie instead. I guarantee the pose will make exactly as much sense, if not more.
so i did the hawkeye initiative…
The Trio, and the scars they got along the way.
Man, every time I finish the books I go through a period of mourning, and this time I am self medicating with fanart.
I borrowed Hermione’s scar from the movies, I actually found that part powerful, in a awful way.
Robin by Craig Robinson