HeroesCon ‘14 - Jubilee and Shogo
I added two new prints by OOSA artists Ming Doyle and Chris Visions to the print shop.
Very happy to announce my next book, THE KITCHEN! Written by Ollie Masters, colors by Jordie Bellaire, and covers by Becky Cloonan (plus some by me, too). Coming from Vertigo this November!
NYC. THE SEVENTIES. DISCO. PUNK. BLACKOUTS. SUMMER OF SAM. YANKEES FEVER. TIMES SQUARE.
This is the world of THE KITCHEN, a new 8 issue mini-series announced by Vertigo today. Written by newcomer Ollie Masters with art by illustrator Ming Doyle, THE KITCHEN follows a group of four mob wives who get a taste for crime when their husbands are jailed.
In an exclusive interview with editor Will Dennis, DC ALL ACCESS gives you the inside scoop about what’s cooking in THE KITCHEN with a sneak peek inside the first issue.
Check out covers by Becky Cloonan and Ming Doyle in the gallery above. And be sure to pick up issue #1 this November!
The adventures of OOSA artists Ming Doyle and Alexis Ziritt.
Mission Accomplished: Complete Preliminary Mara Cosplay Sketch! (click pictures for captions if you want)
*screaming in excitement*
My HeroesCon original art haul, all trades or commissions from amazing artists! Jake, Kevin, and Kris especially get major points for indulging me with the sexiest possible gentlemen. Thanks fellas! <3
From top to bottom:
- Jake Wyatt: Doctor Strange
- Kevin Wada: Gambit
- Kris Anka: Namor
- Robert Wilson IV: Rick Deckard
- Vanesa Del Rey: Comic pages
My own take on Ming Doyle’s amazing Project Rooftop Wonder Woman redesign. God, it’s so pretty. The emphasis on cloth rather than armor just seems right to me, and it manages to keep the same basic color scheme while not looking like an American flag. I don’t normally like adding black to colorful costumes, but in this case it feels more like body wrappings or something under the colors and doesn’t feel like it expresses a darker vision of the character.
I made a couple minor alterations. I simplified it (mostly just to match my personal style), and I brought back the traditional tiara and bracelets. I still changed the bracelets to gold rather than silver, and made all the gold on the outfit brighter and more metallic. I kept the updo I’ve been drawing her with because I’ve gotten kind of good at it.
Seriously, though, if DC just opted to have Wonder Woman dress like Ming Doyle’s design all the time, I’d be totally okay with it.
So awesome! Beautiful tweaks, love your take. :)