See? You can make WAY more advanced magic xD. I made this drawing because I wanted Trixie...I don't think there's any other real reason. Oh, Trixie's outfit is based in this deviation by ponykillerx : [link] That picture really inspired me, so I decided to make one on my own, same Trixie, different pose. Obviously this one will never be as good as the original, but that's okay because that is not the idea I don't think I'm gonna paint this because I don't have much time and stuff. But still, if I find time, this will be the first picture I will paint. Goodbye fellas, hope to see you guys soon.
Ves? Si estudias puedes hacer magia MUCHO más poderosa xD. Dibujé esto porque tenía ganas de Trixie...no creo que haya otra razón valedera. Ah, el traje de Trixie está basado en este dibujo hecho por ponykillerx: [link] Ese dibujo me inspiró asi que decidí hacer uno yo mismo. Misma Trixie, diferente pose. Obviamente este nunca será tan bueno como el original, pero eso no importa porque no es la idea No creo que pinte este más que nada porque no tengo tiempo. Pero si encuentro tiempo este vá a ser el primer dibujo que digitalice. Adiós gente, espero verla pronto.
This is the first Suicide Squad Cover Commission I did in the Fall of 2011. I posted this on DA before, but the file picture never seemed to load correctly. This is me trying it again!
I did this for Bill Cox, an art collector and a fan of the original SUICIDE SQUAD from THE BRAVE & THE BOLD comics of the early 1960s. The SUICIDE SQUAD were a paramilitary group who fought giant monsters, dinosaurs and aliens. This is a cover commission not based on any previous published SUICIDE SQUAD cover. I made up the layout myself, and reinterpreted the characters into the animated style as the client wanted. Bill asked for the Squad to be fighting a giant snake in Paris! I had the idea to have the snake wrapped around the Eiffel Tower, and I chose to draw it from an birdseye POV. It took me about a day to figure out the perspective of the tower on a scrap piece of paper, and another day to figure out the foreshortening on the snake's scales! Heh. I originally considered having the Squad parachuting in, but parachutes take up too much layout real estate, so I opted to have them flying in on the Hiller Flying Platforms, which REALLY existed in the 1950s! They were to be used in the U.S. Army, Marines and Navy during the Cold War, but they cost too much, and the pilots were sitting ducks to gunfire on the ground. They were also too hard to stear, and their central fan was very, very loud, making them a liability as a recon weapon. The program was eventually scrapped. They do appear in the opening of the JONNY QUEST animated tv show though, and I thought they added a nice sci-fi/historical touch, since the Suicide Squad characters existed in the same era. Hope you like this, and I appreciate your faves!
See the color version with colors by here! Suicide Squad #2: Suicide Squad #3