Friday, March 02, 2007

I'm Not Dead!


Hooray! I'm not dead. I'm actually alive and well... and freelance free!!! That means I can draw again. So here's my ripp off of Darwyn Cooke's New Frontier Wonder Woman. I did her on a cheap piece of cardboard, and somewhere in the scanning, the cardboard turned out orange looking. Go figure. Enjoy. More to come soon.... hopefully.

10 comments:

Jon Tsuei said...

Liking the Wonderwoman Lauren. I really like the expression on her face and the way you drew her hair.

More art says your New York travel buddy!

Skylark- said...
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Skylark- said...

Rock me like a hurricane,
she's aliiiivvee!!! That's a crackin' picture - Cooke is cool - nice inking - you do good shoulders - nice scowl :) - Thanks for being not dead - you're too young to die...

Back in black
I hit the sack
I've been too long
I'm glad to be back
Yes, I'm let loose
From the noose
That's kept me hanging about
I've been looking at the sky
'Cause it's gettin' me high
Forget the hearse 'cause
I never die
I got nine lives
Cat's Eyes
Abusin' every one of them and running wild

Brian Growe said...

Yay, I'm glad you're not dead too, your art rocks! Do you mind if I ask what kind of pen you used to clean this one up? Is it a kind of brush pen? It looks great!

Elaine R said...

She looks tough. I'm not gonna get into a fight with her!!!
This is really really great! I love how you inked it too. i'll give you an A+ .

Chris Battle said...

Very cool! Would love to steal a moment of your time over at the Nick donut bins to ask ya about the whole Lulu.com self-publishing thing.

Lauren said...

I'd love to tell you about it but the truth is that whole portion of the sketchbook was done by the other half. All I did was draw pictures and Eric got all the publishing done. But I think it was a good experience. I'll ask him and then report back.

Lauren said...

Oh heah, and it was a brush pen. It's a staedtler mars graphic 3000 duo. Or in Lauren speak: it's blue with one black cap on the thick end and a blue cap on the skinny end.

schpatz said...

I actually think the cardboard color adds a nice vintage feel to the whole drawing. It blends well with the style.

Very cool.

COMIKXGUY said...

YAY! FREELANCE FREE!

BACK IN BLACK? ONE OF MY FAVS!

AND COOKE RULZ!

YOU DO TOO :)

GLAD YOUR BACK TO BLOGGIN'