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Thoughts on Wonder Woman

I wrote this on Facebook, but it sparked enough interest that I thought I should repost it here. 


Some superheroes, like Thor, Green Lantern, or Superman, have alternate worlds built into their origin. This can be very difficult to depict in a movie, as there’s little time to conjure a fully realized realm, and . . . → Read More: Thoughts on Wonder Woman

Anatomy of a Page – 03

ANATOMY OF A PAGE shows my process from sketch to final page. Again, with the first issue of HEROINES, I skipped the sketch and went straight to rough pencil. Though I wouldn’t necessarily recommend doing it that way. 

Here we have the introduction of Jones. This one is interesting, because I made several changes after . . . → Read More: Anatomy of a Page – 03

Anatomy of a Page – 02

This is how my pages develop from rough design to color. Again, with this one, I skipped straight to pencils, which worked out, though sketch a rough can be very helpful. 

This another page is from HEROINES #1, the introduction of Thundergirl.

As you can see, I added to Thundergirl’s snarled hair. Now I almost . . . → Read More: Anatomy of a Page – 02

Anatomy of a page – 01

This is how my pages develop from rough design to color. With this one, I skipped the rough sketch and went straight to pencil. Very little changed on the way here.

This page is from HEROINES #1, introducing Shatter and the fetish ninja vendetta that haunts her. I wanted to capture the feel of wire-work martial . . . → Read More: Anatomy of a page – 01


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