I think it’s very important for artists to vary the types of bodies they draw! Not only does it add visual interest and diversity, but different body types can enhance your characters! (Plus it’s more realistic;…
For all the chaps who are so upset, furious, offended, affronted that people mocked the Catwoman #0 cover, I have a few words of counsel.
First, please understand that the critics are not complaining that the cover is “too sexy”. Perhaps someone somewhere has said that the cover is “too…
My favorite part: “Some people may find this fleshy bow-tie immensely sexy, and to each their own. I’m not attracted to women myself; if I were I’d like to think I’d prefer ones who don’t look like they’ve had a close encounter with a car crusher”
Yes. She is a bow tie of attempted sexiness.
I could almost play devil’s advocate and presume he wanted something stylistic. The curve of her ass and the curve of her bust, symeterically seperated by her head and the small of her back. Surely, somewhere in there, is some sort of intention. “Boobs… two fleshy round things. Ass! Two fleshy round things! Eureka! How to draw attention to this? How to compliment them by putting them as close to side by side as I can with only one character to do this with?”
Seems like a good time to start taking commissions for a bit. Let’s keep it simple, huh? Inked black & white drawing on 8.5x11 - $20. Inked black & white drawing on 11x17 - $50. Max of two characters. Email me at firstname.lastname@example.org with your request. Payment through PayPal. Thanks!!!
I’ve had a general idea what these things did but wasn’t completely sure what their specific functions were. I decided to sit down and figure it out, and I have thrown together a short reference guide for anyone who is confused about them. I know there are multiple translations…
I recently watched Ridley Scott’s Prometheus, and while I did enjoy some of the movie, overall I felt underwhelmed as there was so much wasted potential. Somewhere in Prometheus is a really great science fiction film, but sadly what we get instead is a mostly lackluster homage to the Alien franchise. The technical elements of the movie and the performances were very good, so I’ll mainly be commenting on the plot, as the failings of Prometheus, in my opinion, rest in the screenwriting.
Lots of spoilers, so read on only if you’ve already seen the movie or don’t mind!