Tuesday, April 17, 2007

Sisters: The Second Coming


I did this about the same time I did the last one, but the last one had a lot less problems. This drawing really should win an award for "Most whiteout used on any single piece of paper ever". All this hassle could have been avoided if I had simply thought the drawing out ahead of time. But no. That would make it to easy. Anyway, I like the other version better.

8 comments:

COMIKXGUY said...

i like them both

tobbe said...

I also like them both

Anonymous said...

i really liked all your drawings and the renderings from past favorite shows. from your blogs i think you need some down time for your self though. i was wondering if you ever pitch the story lines? if so i would be really interested in which ones were yours. your art is very good and motion intuitive. im a writer and yes i live by spell check. i don't have a normal job. i write novels but not for publishing. my agent gives them to tv people and they make shows based on the plot lines and some characters. they have their own writers for tv development. my style is action driven both emotionally and physically so i really enjoyed your work. have you ever thought of pitching your own ideas if you don't already? i think with your talent and insight it would be a very good creative outlet.just a thought. by the way...the twins were good.i know you are your worst critquer[southern word] but it was good.

Jon Tsuei said...

I really liked all your drawings and renderings from past favorite shows.

I was wondering if you ever pitch your own stories, because I'm a writer and I write scripts, but not for publishing. My agent gives it to companies and they turn them into comic books.

My style is evenmore action driven than the last guy and I think it would be perfectly suited to your style.

We would make a great team, you and I, because I'm not anonymous and you can contact me any time you want. Unless of course you want me to be anonymous, cause then I could log out and repost this same message.

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The Mattman said...

Seems so strange to read you beat yourself up about so many revsions. Especially seeing as the final product is always so light and fluid.

Outstanding work on this here blog. I'm comin' back.

Lauren said...

Well, anonymous, I have created a proerty with Eric Canete. We pitched it around a couple places before both our schedules got too booked up and we had to put it on hold. We plan on trying to pith it around again in the near future. Thanks for the compliment and good luck with your writing.

As for you Jon, well, I have nothing to say to you. Except, maybe, get off the computer and get back to work painting Eric's house or something.

Patrick said...

What was you're inspiration for "Sisters" piece.