Day 8 of Art challenge, a day late. Day 9 is probably going to be submitted tomorrow, oh well.
Crap title is crap.
This is how I play Skyrim. I run into creepy dungeons, praying that there aren't too many high-leveled baddies, and try to cut my way through them by swinging my sword and hoping to hit someone. Leroy Jenkins would be proud.
Anyway, most of the time it doesn't really work too well.
Ah, and Cicero is always there, faithfully taking people out with his warhammer. Bless him.
And yeah, in the third panel, the random guy there looks like an amputee. He's not, I assure you.
This combines characters from two DC Elseworlds tales -- Gotham by Gaslight and Amazonia, featuring Victorian age versions of Batman and Wonder Woman. It was drawn for a benefit to help comics writer William Mesner-Loebs printed in a benefit book from Two-Morrows and auctioned off.
Amazonia was an Elseworlds book written by Mesner-Loebs and given it's setting, it seemed cool to pair her with the Batman from Gotham by Gaslight (always liked that book -- where artist Mike Mignola became famous).
sketch card completed with copic markers, pitt pens, and sakura white gel pen
interested in a commission? i'm always available! $20 to $30 for a sketch card $30 to $40 for an 4x6 $45 to $60 for an 8x10 (add $5 to $8 for full body shots, $5 to $8 for backgrounds, and $5 to $8 per extra character) (and oh yeah, no nudity, sorry!)