it would be cool if dc comic released some of the volume 2 runs of the old wonder woman comics in to a graphic novel set so new wonder woman fans and look more in to her history and still stay with the new 52
I notice the cover that went to press has Wonder Girl’s nipple edited out. Does this sort of editorial license happen often to you, or other artists you know? If so, is it primarily sexual or do political/social themes get adjusted as well?
I'm not criticizing just throwing this out there. Don't you think it's weird how most female fantasy character, american and japanese, are busty? I feel we may be giving men a reason to wonder why all women don't look that way.
It isn't any weirder than most male fantasy characters being tall, muscular, and with great hair. Fantasy is all about glamourization and idealized imagery. Most people want their heroes and heroines to be romanticized, even in more-than-realistic way.
I'm listening to your interview on Sidebar right now... It's really amazing that you color these with a mouse. I use Corel Painter rather than Photoshop most of the time, but I would love to see your technique. Do you have any videos or step-by-steps of your process?
Undoubtedly one of my favorite covers, ever! The part I like most is how the three emerge from the black like that. I'd like to see the original b/w version too, if you haven't uploaded it by the time I post this!
just out of curiosity who do reference to draw ur females, do you have certain models that u photograph, like alex ross, do you just find faces on the internet, or do you just draw it from the top of your head.
This is a lame question, but how the heck do you draw such long curves (like her lasso) so perfectly? I mean, on a bigger picture (which I assume this was drawn on a larger size) it can be so hard to draw such long, sweeping curved parallel lines without messing them up or accidentally having them overlap or being too close or two far from one another. Draw too fast, and you risk screwing it up, but draw too slow and the lasso loses some motion. I'm guessing an incredibly practiced and steady hand helps?
As per usual, stunning piece of work! Thanks for continuing to upload on DeviantArt.
The only part of this cover I don't like is in no way your fault. Art is awesome as always. I just have no time for Cassie. In the YJ days she was 'just there'. Since the TT run started she's just annnooooyyyyyingggg.