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Another great scene from "Princess of Mars"... JC comes to the princess' defense and makes his point, well, literally. Oil on canvas, 16x20
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Book cover idea for John Carter of Mars
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Dejah Thoris
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Dejah Thoris and John Carter

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Media: Copic ink brushe with Watercolors on Arches hot press

Size: 12 x 16 in

Notes: Commission
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A cover I colored for Marvel/Disney's John Carter: World of Mars mini-series.

Lots of different versions and corrections on this one but I'm happy with the final piece.

Pencils by: Mico Suayan [link]
Colors by: me

(c) Disney
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Dejah Thoris, Princess of the Martian city state/empire of Helium......from the John Carter_Edgar Rice Burrough's novels.
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Media: Copic multiliner brush tip with warm and cool greys and ink wash on hot press Arches

Size: 9 x 12 in

Notes: Heroes Con 2012 Commission
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This composition is like that of a book cover or graphic novel cover, which has a more stylized posed look. I had always pictured a younger Hugh Jackman in the role and really had no idea who would make a good Dejah, so I made her up (with the help of a bodybuilders pose for her). I owe one of my favorite artist, Iain McCaig credit for the basis of Tars face, a simple pencil drawing from "The Art of John Carter" that captured a slightly reptilian but more noble world weariness. The Art Nouveau framing serves as a reminder that the book was written just before 1912.
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