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Batgirl and Supergirl
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Published: August 15, 2010
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Here's a couple of random panels from a Batgirl and Supergirl 2-page story I just did for BATMAN SUPERMAN #75, on sale August 25th.

Its my first sequential stuff in a while, and I did all the work myself. Its just a teaser, but I hope you check out the whole issue.
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naruto392's avatar
Nice action shot
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WillPhantom's avatar
Powerful - subtle - excellent as usual!
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Vampyre-Lover's avatar
Love the Bat Girl Art!!!
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LittleBitLizbit's avatar
eeee, can't wait to read this!!
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Onikaizer|Professional Digital Artist
one of my nemesis when drawing are buildings, but you make an otherwise complicated structure look rich with few lines, a technique similar to the one used by Mike Mignola. Lovely as always
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JensenBryce's avatar
looks like Supergirl is having a hard time with that runaway train.
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WISHKER's avatar
So great!!
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KainMaxi|Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Amazing art, as always.

Seeing this really makes me miss Barbara Gordon as Batgirl. I keep hoping that the cyclical nature of comics will one day put her back in that role.
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Dieman|Hobbyist Digital Artist
Apparently there's a story arc called "the Death of Oracle" going on right now, so... looks like she won't (for a while, at least, until they resurrect her).
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servatillo's avatar
eres absolutamente asombroso ..eres el mejor dibujante de la historia adam !!!
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CyranoInk's avatar
Hooray for Babs!
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hardcpy's avatar
cool you are getting back to doing sequential stuff i really like your ghost run
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jkincaid76's avatar
What do you use in Photoshop to color your inked lines? Linear Dodge? Example: I am coloring an inked piece I did and want to change some of the inked lines to a shadow color tone without erasing them and trying to capture the same effect with digital pen.

Thank you for your time Jedi master.

Jason Kincaid-
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PowaPlaya|Hobbyist Artist
Amazing work as usual. You should make tutorial video and reveal some of your secrets !
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jdarko82| Digital Artist
Damn
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jdarko82| Digital Artist
Damn
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Archonyto|Student General Artist
Fantastic images, that Supergirl one looks super-intense! The Batgirl panel looks intense in its own way due to the brutal sky and perspective. It's an awesome comparison between these two characters and the situations they get into and you can immediately see their strengths and limits.
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tar-ik78's avatar
I miss your sequential stuff, you are so much more then just a cheesecake artist.
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mehdic's avatar
I'd give any number of comics to see a brand new book drawn by you!
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DaveHedmark's avatar
The superman panel has so much movement. I can almost feel the rail road ties flying past me. wow.
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Shulkie's avatar
Great piece. I would check out all your work:heart:
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MonsterSaw's avatar
love the use of perspective, but at first glance I cant tell if thats supergirl or man. You can see her skirt a little, but to some casual observer they might think it was superman. Maybe a snippet of her blonde hair coming out of her cape could work.
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quin-ones's avatar
Just picked up the issue today. Really beautiful spread. A real highlight in the issue.
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