I draw to many pictures of Vegeta, so now someone else. They look weird, but - oh well - drawing a lot is the best way to improve, so I draw.
The title means "The Artificial Humans go to town". I took the destroyed city background from google. I know these Androids weren't that bad to destroy the whole city just for fun, but... imagine they did.
My dear Hououji!!^_^...I won the MAG-DX for February...so now me gets to feature me own charac!!...and GEE!! guess who that is!!^_^
So yea...this piece is the featured pic there for my chara!^^
More experimenting in Photoshop for this!!...and thanks LOTS to Lynnwood [link] for helping me with suggestions!!^^..aaaaaaahhhhhh...so that's what the dodge tool is used for!!O_O D'OH!!....so much to learn!!O_O;;;
I'll not bore you with me banter!!..ENJOY!!^_^....
EDIT: I fixed all the stuff you guys talked about! Thanks for your crits. It helped so much! Here's the new one: [link] END EDIT
This is for Digital Design Issues class. First assignment: to redesign an older cartoon or comic book character that was sort of obscure or a "one-hit wonder." I chose Penelope Pitstop (if you don't know who she is, wiki it).
In my version of Penelope Pitstop, she's a motorcycle racer who's hired by the government to get evidence on her family's financial advisor and her sponsor, Sylvester, who they believe to be connected to her parents' mysterious deaths, as well as the brains behind many of the nation's toughest unsolved murders, heists, and other crimes. Penelope masquerades as a ditsy blonde in order to lure Sylvester into a false sense of security, and her pitstop crew is a group of undercover FBI agents.
For the most part I kept fairly close to her original design. All I really did was update it from an older car-racing outfit to motorcycle racing attire.
This was definitely something new for me, and though it ate up a lot of my time, I found it quite fun to work on. I'd definitely try this process again.
I may be uploading a step-by-step of how I did this piece later... nothing intricate, just some snaps of the whole piece as I laid down colors and effects.
artwork (c) Emily Sampson, EJS Creations Penelope Pitstop (c) Hanna Barbera font is UppenArmsNF from dafont.com