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Power Girl Tonal Drawing by AdamHughes Power Girl Tonal Drawing by AdamHughes
Here's the original lineart for the Power Girl #1 variant cover. Pencil, ink, Copic markers, all on sketch paper. Probably 15"X20".
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PM-Graphix Featured By Owner Jun 10, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
I'm a huge fan and love this shot . the perspective is great.
This looks like Doris Day.
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Ocean-Djinn Featured By Owner Mar 14, 2011
I find it humorous that all the guys are staying with at her that expression of "...BooBs" and the reporter lady is just like what's so special about her.
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wildpegasus13 Featured By Owner May 23, 2010
Splendid!
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Al1cia Featured By Owner Feb 26, 2010  Student Photographer
awesome :3
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otas32 Featured By Owner Sep 22, 2009  Professional General Artist
Nothing like a gorgeous chesty girl ripping her shirt open :D YUM
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Core-Point Featured By Owner Jul 31, 2009
@picture
Sheesh, some people can work magic with a pencil. I'm green with envy.
Great job!
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meapanda Featured By Owner Jul 12, 2009
i cannot get over the unbelievable cross hatching on the jeans, they look amazing. i love your composition. also, i'm a bit jealous of your city skylines, you always have a good balance of the lights on/off happening, i always feel mine looks forced. not to mention your buildings and vehicles always feel just as solid as the figures. awesome stuff as always mister! <3
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AdamHughes Featured By Owner Aug 5, 2009
City lights at night.....**shudders**
It's too easy for them to look like crossword puzzles, no? :-)
Here's what I do...
Always consider what KIND of building you are drawing. Most office buildings have multiple windows per office. Meaning, you'll have several lights "connected" in a row. Apartment buildings might be more prone to having single windows.
Also, lights 'bloom' and create the impression of slightly oval shapes as opposed to rectangles. This varies from window-to-window, depending on how much light they occupants I using in that room. I usually make several windows in any building really oval and 'bloomy'.
Also, always consider the unlit horizontal levels on buildings, usually they are the floors (unless a building is a modern skyscraper with floor-to-ceiling glass windows).
:-)
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meapanda Featured By Owner Aug 11, 2009
thankyou so much, i'll definitely have to keep this in mind and do some practise works using these tips. I'm terrible at giving enough attention to this sort of detail so hopefully this will help me be more accurate as i develop :3
you're a champion <3
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AdamHughes Featured By Owner Aug 12, 2009
Just trying help! :-)
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