Nothing like being trapped in another person’s body to allow someone to let loose, right? Betsy’s rockin’ her Asian body’s heritage and lookin’ fierce doing it.
Out of all of the X-women, only one is ALWAYS party-ready: Emma Frost. Werk it.
Rogue got all gussied up for the night out. Not used to showing so much skin, she’s still a little unsure about her outfit, but I wanted to show that kind of vulnerability she’s always had. It’s one of the reasons I first fell in love with her.
Getting back into the habit of doing more doodles and character sketches. Been trying too hard to always work on finishing.
Next up, Jean Grey. X-Girls Night Out is going to be in full effect soon! Who’s next?
A fuller, cute and classy version of Storm from the X-men. Maybe she’s going out dancing. Maybe it’s a girls’ night out. Maybe that should be a series…
I thought that a great superhero couple would be a female Luke Cage-type character and her Latina telepath girlfriend. I see it as being very much like Luke Cage and Iron Fist’s relationship, just more sex and a whole lot more sass. Thoughts?
With some of my new-found free time, I’ve taken to messing around with Photoshop. In this particular instance, I was messing around with the Mixer Brush Tool. Though I haven’t quite gotten the hang of it, I really like its possibilities. Here’s something I was able to eventually coax out of it.
Who Dunnit? My boyfriend, Robby Cook, has been doing all these awesome Disney crossovers, so I figured I’d tackle one of my own. Here’s my taken on Disney Villains as characters from Clue. With that much evil in one house, anyone could have done it.
Sketching at work.
Went to a Drink and Draw event today. The theme was floppy. Started out directly on theme, then took it a bit further, then went flip-floppy, and then just did…something else.
I’ve always had a fascination with elementals. Figured I’d try my hand at some. Here’s Earth.
It Lies Beneath
Kickin’ it old school with colored pencils and dinos.
Just drawing thangs.