Friday, February 04, 2011

Extra Large Dump

So here's a bunch of old junk and some old commissions that I never got around to posting. Some of it may not really be worthy of posting...but whateves. Just close your eyes for those ones.

So here we go in no particular order...
A Sailor Venus I drew around the time I was doing my Sailor series of drawings. All the others were at rest sitting poses, so this one didn't quite fit in with the feel of all the others. It was too kinetic. So she got dumped.
I was trying to draw a cute Tinkerbell...and failing... a lot.
Another failed attempt at a cute Tinkerbell. This one made it all the way to color.
A commission for a couple celebrating their anniversary. It was a gift from the husband to the wife. They had superman and wonder woman cake-toppers. I was pretty happy with how it turned out.
I was just in the mood to draw a She-Hulk... for some reason.
Another one I drew while I was drawing my sailor scout series of drawings. This one was too melancholy looking. All the others seemed happier, so she also didn't quite fit in with the rest. So she also got dumped.
And yet another sailor scout series drawing. This one just didn't fit the boundaries of the paper. I went through a bunch of different poses for Pluto before I ended up with the right one. This one was not the right one. DUMPED!
I worked on G.I.Joe Resolute. For one segment. These are the storyboards.
Always wanted to post the line-art for this picture.
A commission I did for an Avatar fan a while back of Azula in her Earth Kingdom outfit.
A fast sketch I did while I was watching Tweeny Witches. I guess I just felt compelled to draw a witch.

13 comments:

David McBride said...

Wow great work the married couple must have been thrilled with the superman wonder woman piece. Azula is my favorite I love Avatar.

Will you be working on The Legend of Korra?

Riley MacGregor said...

Crazy mad awesome sketchdump! Nice Tink sketches... cool ladybugs...

Chris Battle said...

Awesome dump! Always schooling me in more dynamic framing/posing for girlie drawings. Thanks for sharing!

Brandon said...

Great work Lauren!!
You've made such amazing progress since you've graduated. I love your work and great job of the DCAU films!It's great to see your range and flexibility. Its a inspiration to see an anime fan can break into the US animation industry.

-Brandon Robinson

Kumori Myu-Jishan said...

That's some interesting artwork you've got there, miss Montgomery. Oh, and may I say I am a big fan of your work in animation.

Keep up the good work.

Chibi_Celina said...

Just wanted to say your work is fantastic! Can't wait to see more!

Brandon Scott Jensen said...

Incredible. Before I really knew how talented you were with your first feature solo directing on WW, I always thought that the middle section of Doomsday was the best (and, if I'm being honest, the only part i REALLY enjoyed- no offense to the other two directors who are amazing in other work). Now I come to find out you storyboarded my favorite part of GI Joe Resolute too? Sheesh. You really are amazing. Thank you for your continued inspiration.

Ryan Green said...

The Tinker Bell on the flower is SO TINK! Love it!

Background said...

The perspective on She-Hulk is great! I love the line quality. Do you get photo reference for the really difficult angles like that, or are you just superhuman? Love your blog, Lauren

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