Click for full image - WARNING: Contains disappointingly minimal nudity
Here's a commission I painted a year or two ago for the mighty Mr. Reid, a fellow with an impressive collection of artwork to say the least.
This is a rather large piece at about 14" x 20", painted in acrylic on illustration board. Needless to say, TANK GIRL begins and ends with Hewlett, but she was a fun subject to paint- it's not often I'm reaching for pinks and greens like that!
Just a quick note to those of you who ordered a Korra print: You should receive a shipping notice within the next day or so if you haven't already. The system (me) has been a little overwhelmed with getting the orders packed and shipped. I appreciate your patience.
I am trying out a new shipping package for the prints- a triangular box with the print loosely rolled. I have shipped flat in the past with extremely sturdy packaging and still managed to have art damaged by impact on the flat surface. I'm hoping this new solution will prevent damage.
If anyone receives a damaged print or piece of art, just send me a message and I'll make it right.
I only have 8 Korra prints left at this moment, so if you want one, I'd say now is the time.
Boy, do I love drawing nature. I admire folks who can draw mechanical things and buildings and all of that and still give it dynamic life, but try as I might, I am not one of those people. So, AQUAMAN feels like a good fit for me. I can mostly let my rulers keep collecting dust.
It turns out this will be the variant cover for issue #1, with yesterday's post being #2. #3 is currently on my drawing board and is being extremely uncooperative.
Get ready for a year of AQUAMAN covers, and twice a month at that!
Here is one of my first covers for the new series. I turned in the first two at the same time, so I am not sure if this will be for the first or second issue, but we'll find out soon enough- AQUAMAN #1 hits the shelves 6/22.