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Wasteland PowerGirl?
Road Warrior PowerGirl?
I’m not sure if the cosplayer who dreamed up this version of Power Girl has given this take any official title. What I do know is that a few friends that have met her told me that she was nice to them, and that goes a long way in my book.
https://www.facebook.com/VegasPGcosplay

Wasteland PowerGirl?

Road Warrior PowerGirl?

I’m not sure if the cosplayer who dreamed up this version of Power Girl has given this take any official title. What I do know is that a few friends that have met her told me that she was nice to them, and that goes a long way in my book.

https://www.facebook.com/VegasPGcosplay

PowerGirl Red Son PowerGirl Bucaneer PowerGirl Wasteland PowerGirl

All drawn from the various cosplays of Vegas PG.

https://www.facebook.com/VegasPGcosplay

This began with a simple sketch to, once again, kick me out of a small funk. It continued on to these four cartoony marker sketches after hearing seperate accounts of how nice she is from different friends who have met her. Things like that inspire me to draw sometimes. 

Batman - Drawn while missing the good ol’ days of Batman the Ainmated Series.

The Joker - Drawn and colored slowly over a couple of nights for a change.

Red Hood - A marker sketch of a amazing artist and her cosplay of a female Jason Todd. 

https://www.facebook.com/aegiskitty

Green Arrow - The idea started off as a Arrow-esque take on Artemis from Young Justice, but the fuel behind this one made me go full Arrow. 

Robin - A birthday gift for a fan of Damian.

Static - Another gender bend. At some point I have to admit that I draw a lot of things I’d like to see cosplayed.

Harley Quinn - Based on my friend, Kit. I don’t see myself going out to any cons or comic events in the near future, but if I do find myself being asked to draw Harley Quinn for someone again I will happily offer something along the lines of this in place of most modern versions of Miss Quinn.

https://www.facebook.com/HarleysHq

Big Barda

Big Barda

Crusty old marker studies

Joe Dion

I still can’t believe I’ve had the opportunity to collaborate with this amazingly talented guy as much as I have. I feel I can admit that most of my early collaborations, and many of the ones I’ve shared here, were born from a bucket list of sorts. At a point where I could see a sudden steep acceleration on the usual slow coasting downhill road that I’m used to I decided to take a shot at collaborating with a few artists that I admire. Joe’s work continues to make my jaw drop, and I can only hope to raise my artistic enthusiasm back up to a level worthy of collaborating with this guy again. 

Matt Kaufenberg

Matt is one of those artists that puts his heart into everything he does. The collaborations you see here each blew me away. He has a modern/retro style that shows that his inner child is alive and well. Watching this artistic star continue to grow is something that puts a smile on my face.  

http://mattkaufenberg.tumblr.com/

Comfort Love & Adam Withers
I had the great honor of contributing this pin-up to the first issue of Rainbow In The Dark, and a even greater honor by having Comfort Love color it!
Adam Withers and Comfort Love are the dynamic creative duo behind The Uniques and the artistic force behind Rainbow In The Dark, of which a trade collecting all issues was released this very month. Do yourself a favor and seek out their work wherever you can get your hands on it!
http://comfortandadam.com/

Comfort Love & Adam Withers

I had the great honor of contributing this pin-up to the first issue of Rainbow In The Dark, and a even greater honor by having Comfort Love color it!

Adam Withers and Comfort Love are the dynamic creative duo behind The Uniques and the artistic force behind Rainbow In The Dark, of which a trade collecting all issues was released this very month. Do yourself a favor and seek out their work wherever you can get your hands on it!

http://comfortandadam.com/

Adam Wright

Coloring for fun. Art can surely be a great therapy and produce some surprising results. Adam would color my lines whenever he felt the itch to do so, we had a few collaborations, and then we would both wander off distracted by something shiny.

These remain as some of my favorite fun rainy day projects.