So in the last month I've been churning out work for my latest unanounced book deal. With whatever free time I (don't) have I've been participating in more the Remake/Remodel challenges. It keeps me entertained. So here's the last three I've done.
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CAPTAIN JUSTICE. This forgotten pulp science hero was described as "Doktor Popeye of the 25th Century". I once met a length of leather (tanned in whisky) who claimed top be an offshore fisherman. He was always barefoot because "You never know when your hands are going to full and you'll need to save your life by grabbing something with your toes". So my Captain Justice takes that ideal, and mixes it with one part Brutus and one part Nick Nolte's Han-Solo-that-never-was.
SPACEHAWK:Described as the grim side to Flash Gordon, Spacehawk killed hella Aliens. And never smiled. Not once. Sooooo I imagined a human UH-60 helicopter, and tried to retain as much of the original character's design as possible.
I have a ship and gun design sketched too. I'll get them posted up here . . . someday soon.
The Black Angel: Aristocrat Englishwoman launches her private plane from her family castle to kick the shit out of Nazi's. I didn't want to do an aviatrix costume this week. But I did want to draw a dogfight. This is really a fancy photo collage. It's composition seems solid enough that I may go back and give it a proper paint job.