Wow, that is nice -- someone was commenting on another blog how well you use negative space, and this is a great example of it. It's like she's crouched on top of a skylight, and a few stray beams of light are briefly illuminating her...
Thanks for the Question sketch...but after looking around at various peoples' reports, I kinda wish I'd been the one to ask for the Tom Waits! Looks like you put out a ton of great commissions at Heroes.
Chris, after seeing the Elektra and now the Cat Woman that you did for Dr. Fantastic, you are one of my new favorite artists! Your work is beautiful.
Gosh, thanks everybody!Zach, I've been doing the negative space in my comics for a while but really started cranking it up on my con sketches lately.Eric, thanks for picking this up. Hope you weren't disappointed with it after seeing some of my other sketches from the show. As you can see in another post, it really is one of my favorites of the weekend.Zipporah, thanks a bunch. It was Doc Fantastic's Elektra sketch from Planet Comicon that I started playing with more open line stuff. Glad everybody's digging it so far.
I know I'm late to this post but man I love this!
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