Marisole Monday: Superhero/Supervillian

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So, we’re up a little late this time and I am sorry for that. This weekend has been nothing short of insane here in the land of the corn. I’ve had classes (yes, weekend classes) which were educational, but time consuming. I finished this paper doll close to midnight and decided to crawl into bed rather then finish the posting.

But that’s okay, we now have a paper doll. Drawing a superhero paper doll was a suggestion of a friend who reads far more superhero comics then I do. The only superhero comic, I’ve ever really enjoyed was Deadpool and Cable. Mostly, because Deadpool is hilarious and extensional and everything I enjoy when reading a comic.

And also, I’ve been trying to get a good “shiny” effect on the clothes. This is the first one I’ve posted like this. I think it came out all right, but what do others think?

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5 Responses to Marisole Monday: Superhero/Supervillian

  1. Lei says:

    Shine looks fine to me :)

  2. Janani says:

    Ooh, it’s so cute! I don’t know if that’s what you were going for.. The black pants closest to the bottom right do look shiny. How do you get your drawings in black and white to color them on the computer? Sorry, but I couldn’t figure that out. :(

  3. Sara says:

    The shine looks good. I particularly like the shine on the skimpy silver outfit. If the boots were as shiney as the pants they would go perfect with the silver outfit (in my opinion).

  4. Monica says:

    I like it! The shine looks very good. That was one of my first thoughts when I saw it—ooo….shiny… ;]

    Thanks for sharing. Get some sleep soon!
    Monica

  5. Marie Louise says:

    Wish I had those long legs…

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