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Color for the Supergirl by one of the members from :iconudoncrew:
I dont remember wich one :D
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Finally finished this after a few weeks (`・ω・) Learned some more stuff on SAI. Not much else to say, lalalalalalala enjoy.
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So I decided to change the subject up a little for today's DSC (rarely do, but I don't particularly care for Steel). So I decided to do the Ame Comi version of the character. A little more interesting visually, if not a little bit LESS practical in terms of armor, hahaha.

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Red Claw with one nuclear missile is scary, but with three is just downright terrifying! I know she only appeared in 3 episodes of "Batman: The Animated Series", but she was my favorite because she didn't play around. I just wish they had more episodes with her in it... I guess she didn't have enough of a personality to garner more attention though.

Red Claw is copyright DC
Image is the property of Adrian Reece

Thanks to LT for helping me out with some advice on the colors!
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fan art from ame-comi toys series
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I'd been moving out for the last few weeks, but now that I've settled in a bit, here's the next in my lineup, Wonder Woman.

Her story is basically the same: On a magically hidden island, a race of women were raised to defend the world from dark magic. The queen, longing for a child, made one out of clay. The gods blessed the clay child and made her human, and she was named Megumi.

Trained in the magical arts on the hidden island, Megumi became and adept warrior. When the forces of darkness eventually emerged to threaten the world, Megumi was chosen through trial by combat to defend the earth as Wonder Woman!

Notes:
- Design-wise, I took a lot of reference from Sailor Moon and other "magical girl"-type manga/anime. Sailor Mars was a definite influence. I kept some of the major visuals of the American WW, like the stars, boots, tiara, and WW-symbol across the bust, and added the Sailor Moon-esque flair. However, I decided against giving her a wand/staff like a Sailor Scout, and kept her lasso.
- "Megumi" is a female Japanese name meaning "blessing." It was the original name I had used for the original Manga DC, and it still fit pretty well, since she's a blessing to the queen from the gods.
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Based on the AME-COMI DC heroine figurines
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Next up in my revamped Manga DC for 2012, it's the Flash! Back in '04, I had based his powers on a suit of futuristic armor that harnessed the Speed Force held within the hero's body. I realized that this puts a lot of the drama on the suit, and less of it on the hero. I also realized that a sprinter wouldn't want a set of bulky armor, so for the 2012 version, I trimmed down the silhouette entirely.

Hotaka Aren was the leading forensic scientist for the Tokyo police force. One night, Hotaka was finishing up in his forensics lab as a thunderstorm raged outside, and a bolt of lightning hit the building, sending a surge of electricity through the machines inside and creating a small explosion that splashed super-charged chemicals onto Hotaka. He soon found he had super-speed, and donning a specially designed costume made to withstand his incredible speed, Hotaka became the Flash!

Notes:
- Visually, I was influenced by Super Sentai, Ultraman, and Mega Man. I also was influenced, particularly in the lean sprinter's body type, by Casshern Sin, which has begun showing on the new Toonami block of [adult swim] on Cartoon Network.
- The origin is pretty much the same as the American version of the Flash.
- "Aren" is a phonetic translation of [Barry] Allen. "Hotaka" is a Japanese male name, possibly meaning "step by step."
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also posted on my sketchblog: [link]

I yammered on forever in the last blog, so I think I'll try to keep it brief today. It's Red Claw from Batman: The Animated Series.

During a typically nerdy late night conversation, I was talking about B:TAS with Josh, and was reminded of this bad-ass villainess, so I decided to draw her. Sometimes it's just that simple!
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Colors. Going for a mix of cel shading while using some overlayed gradients. Bamboo forest was a stock photo from the net. 3 hours.
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