Asked by scottziolkovscomics
Kinda surprised Boom! Studios didn’t try one when they also got the Incredibles license. Or maybe Disney’s own Kingdom Comics before they bought Marvel. Or try a cartoon for one of their channels. The have plenty of avenues to gauge audience reactions before doing something full-scale.
Asked by tdro
I default on Hulk. You can’t over-caricature Hulk, and that encourages a looser drawing gesture. I need that to reduce the stiffness in my art. He has no proportion limitations. Draw a body and make the head ten times too small. Make him all shouty. There’s Hulk.
I sketch my own characters mostly to play with costume designs. I rarely draw them in action shots.
I’m doing much more sketching now to prepare for convention commissions (prices and sizes available at my site. CHEAP PLUG).
For multicultural day at the school (of which she learned at the last second), my wife wore my Cherno Alpha shirt. It represents … I dunno, let’s say kaiju culture.The diverse spectrum of humanity what live at that there Pacific Rim. I mean, we need to see jaegers preparing for battle with a haka.
You can also proudly bear the mark by buying your own shirt(s) at my Skreened store. We also have Hannibal, Walking Dead, Star Wars, and other designs.
This is adorable.
Really getting excited for DragonCon, my one cosplay convention this year.
You should come to Heroes Con! It’s not nearly has humongous as Dragon Con, but a lot of cool artists and writers and guests come and it’s a lot of fun!
I’ll be at HeroesCon’s artists alley as a booth babe for flatbear. I’ll be at DragonCon for at least one day in my Commissioner Gordon costume.
It’s a slow day at Chez Debacles. Anyone have any questions?