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BG in classic 60's costume

BG in classic 60's costumePopular
Submitterco_04More Photos from co_04   CategoryDC Comics    Last Update2006/9/15 9:33
Hits10565  Comments14    
Taken from the Barbara Gordon image posted from before, then "skinned" over with the purple lame costume texture from the 60's series.

It's That Season Again

It's That Season AgainPopular
Submitterco_04More Photos from co_04   CategoryTV and Movies    Last Update2006/10/10 5:57
Hits7114  Comments14    
--For ghosts, goths, ghoulfriends...

Okay...I've only posted a few files here so far, but anyone familiar with them has  probably already noticed I tend to go for realism rather than a fantasy style.  But for this image, did I want to make the character into a "real" ghoul, or make it look like a model who was simply made up to look like one?

The original image is of a fitness model natch, but I didn't like the squatting, legs apart position.  I wanted the legs together, making the entire form more biomorphic, and therefore more feminine.  So I "rebuilt" everthing from the waist down using as much as possible from the original ( I can post the original in the cookie jar if anyone cares) and whatever else I could put together, mostly on the left leg.  Same with the feet (what a pain...)  Then bosoms...wasn't sure whether to add the sleeve/shroud negligee thang or not.  Even the face had to be composed from different pictures  (I didn't realize that Lily had two different makeup styles).

After all that, I didn't want to just blanche the body. I used blending options to keep the low-lights showing through as red, suggesting that it is indeed intended to be just a model wearing theatrical makeup and photographed "in camera". To further emphasize the point, I even put screw eyes into the floor, fastening down the spider web. Ha!

I still go back and forth as to whether that rear leg convincingly exists in space, but I'm so sick of looking at this thing that maybe it's time to cal it a day.

--co,  "chiefohara"

More Funsters Fun

More Funsters FunPopular
Submitterco_04More Photos from co_04   CategoryTV and Movies    Last Update2006/10/16 9:39
Hits7369  Comments12    
I did this last year for a goth friend of mine, who loves to party in her jacuzzi. Not much here, except that the reflections in the pool were a little tricky as well as the spiderweb brassiere. The head shot was grainy and blurry and had to be cleaned up a lot, and she had to grow new hair.

Yet More Funsters Fun

Yet More Funsters FunPopular
Submitterco_04More Photos from co_04   CategoryTV and Movies    Last Update2006/10/20 8:10
Hits9857  Comments8    
This was a quickie I did last Halloween for my aforementioned goth friend.  Hardly more than a cut-and-paste, although I removed her name to uh, protect the not-so-innocent shall we say, before posting it here at HM.

Could make a nice Halloween greeting.

--C.

Mrs. Bungleson

Mrs. BunglesonPopular
Submitterco_04More Photos from co_04   CategoryOriginal Characters    Last Update2006/10/24 4:22
Hits2993  Comments6    
About a year or so ago I thought I should get out a couple boards and the old #3 sable and get to work on an original character.  What surfaced from the bog of my mind was something that seems to resemble a combination of Donna Reed, Soupy Sales, and Anna Nicole Smith. How did this happen? Well, maybe 'cause she's based on an old gf.

I'll have to investigate the possibilities of a Spandexed and caped alter ego.

Assorted Sordid Funsters Files

Assorted Sordid Funsters FilesPopular
Submitterco_04More Photos from co_04   CategoryTV and Movies    Last Update2006/10/26 18:52
Hits8486  Comments11    
I decided to double up on some of these older files since they're rather small, and I still seem to have many of them. So for those that have asked for more I hope this will double your pleasure, double your fun. :)

But if not, we can still take a look at the two I selected.  Notice how both use the same headshot for entirely different results. (At least, if I remember correctly they are in fact the same.)   Next post I'll do just the opposite, I'll use the same model but with different headshots.

That bat top took most of the work as I recall.

--C.

Character Study

Character StudyPopular
Submitterco_04More Photos from co_04   CategoryOriginal Characters    Last Update2006/12/1 17:23
Hits2296  Comments7    
A pencil drawing of the same model I used for my strip posted previously, this time as her natural blonde self.

She could be quite entertaining with simple hand puppets.

BG by MissVee and Chief Ohara

BG by MissVee and Chief OharaPopular
Submitterco_04More Photos from co_04   CategoryDC Comics    Last Update2006/12/2 7:01
Hits4895  Comments14    
You wouldn't believe the junk I had to make this image out of.  Perhaps my most franked image to date. But, thanks to MissVee's fine art direction, I believe I've convincingly pulled it off (look up BG by MissVee in the Comic Art Gallery).  I practically traced right over it.

It went pretty fast at first, but then after tying eveyrthing together and then texturing, it went v-e-r-y s-lo-w-l-y. Many parts had to be enlarged and painted over to restore resolution.  I then used broad areas of color of different values to create a minimal sense of an interior.

I could probably work on this thing forever, but I'm not.

Batgirl Dunk Tank

Batgirl Dunk TankPopular
Submitterco_04More Photos from co_04   CategoryDC Comics    Last Update2006/12/6 20:04
Hits5261  Comments7    
More from the secret police files from the Gotham City Police Dept.  Batgirl takes a nosedive. Find out who the culprit is and win a prize from MissVee...at least, I think that's how it works.

The  clock starts now; good luck.

Batgirl v. Joker

Batgirl v. JokerPopular
Submitterco_04More Photos from co_04   CategoryDC Comics    Last Update2007/1/18 22:41
Hits10042  Comments15    
One of the first from the Gotham City secret police files, but gone over with the BG Textur-o-Matic and reposted here at HM.

Update: Had to correct a few "wardrobe malfunctions".  Please excuse.

Batgirl Bounces Back

Batgirl Bounces BackPopular
Submitterco_04More Photos from co_04   CategoryDC Comics    Last Update2007/1/18 22:41
Hits4665  Comments8    
Part of a continuation that has yet to be finished, however the costuming technique seems to be getting easier to render and may be the most natural looking  I've done to date.

This one got me kicked off a previous site for the "What a great rack" line. Can you believe it?  

HeroMorph (Back) Issues?

HeroMorph (Back) Issues?Popular
Submitterco_04More Photos from co_04   CategoryOther Comics    Last Update2007/2/3 15:21
Hits3163  Comments7    
I wanted an excuse to do some more comic drawing. I got inspired by Vee's recent posts and decided to rework WW and Kat by MissVee (see post in comic art). However the more I worked on it, the more it got out of hand, and it ended up thusly.

My apologies in advance.

BG v. Catwoman

BG v. CatwomanPopular
Submitterco_04More Photos from co_04   CategoryDC Comics    Last Update2007/2/12 21:12
Hits5986  Comments16    
Update:  Both Batgirl and Catwoman get the newer, lame (la-may) costumed look that they didn't have previously.  

BTW this segment may be a bit short, so would anyone like to see CW also get down and dirty?

Batgirl V. Catwoman Part 2

Batgirl V. Catwoman Part 2Popular
Submitterco_04More Photos from co_04   CategoryDC Comics    Last Update2007/2/20 20:25
Hits7671  Comments13    
Follow up from last week's episode and request from all those that took the poll.

*SCHA-WING! sound effect courtesy Wasmith.  Please see the post, "Barbara Has A Bat Dream" in the Member's. (Betcha didn't think it was gonna be put to use!)

The Lady of HM

The Lady of HMPopular
Submitterco_04More Photos from co_04   CategoryOriginal Characters    Last Update2007/3/16 18:15
Hits3556  Comments12    
Updated with graphic and optional cape.
Hope Lady HM approves

Catwoman

CatwomanPopular
Submitterco_04More Photos from co_04   CategoryDC Comics    Last Update2007/3/20 10:14
Hits2202  Comments7    
My version, from sketchbook.

She-Hulk, Again

She-Hulk, AgainPopular
Submitterco_04More Photos from co_04   CategoryMarvel Comics    Last Update2007/4/2 8:49
Hits3289  Comments10    
Funny, I never got into this character much.   As MissVee says, there isn't enough Spandex.   However I find you can have a lot of fun with Shulky, which I suppose explains her popularity.


Naughty Boy

Naughty BoyPopular
Submitterco_04More Photos from co_04   CategoryTV and Movies    Last Update2007/4/26 10:14
Hits5068  Comments17    
More bad burlesque, this was actually much more difficult than it looks.  Besides being just a head swap, it's also a bikini swap, boob swap, hair swap, other added parts and lots of retouching.  The only thing left of the original model is the arms. I should post all my references just to show how far removed the final image is from its source.  Very much like customizing a stock car but with a different type of body.

Building the staircase was the worst.  But if that wasn't enough, I had to establish convincing consistent light throughout (hope it worked) and added the same crappy noise and distortions on all objects to give the impression that this is is an authentic screen cap.    

I think I got all seams covered.

Vampy-Spidey-Star

Vampy-Spidey-StarPopular
Submitterco_04More Photos from co_04   CategoryOther Comics    Last Update2008/1/3 19:59
Hits6025  Comments19    
I have dusted off my (by now) infamous 'pixel doll'  once again, this time dressed up as Vampirella, in time for Halloween.

Brief Update: Jr's request is honored.  So, can Firestar be next?

Brief Update 2:  Okay, then.  I was actually not going to continue with this series, but since you insist, VL...
(And yes, as it happens I would care for kiss!)

Hope it's satisfactory.

Things That Make You Go 'Huh?'

Things That Make You Go 'Huh?'Popular
Submitterco_04More Photos from co_04   CategoryOther Comics    Last Update2008/3/12 22:05
Hits2744  Comments12    
More firsts-- only at HM.

Perhaps you've heard of artists who create women that make you go "Ah!" But this is a totally new concept--women that make you go "Huh?"

The first in a series, presented here for the first time and exclusively at HeroMorph, where the Chief dares to be different!

(Okay, so I hadn't posted in the CA Gallery in a while.)  

Things That Make You Go 'Huh?' II:  Girl Phantom

Things That Make You Go 'Huh?' II: Girl PhantomPopular
Submitterco_04More Photos from co_04   CategoryOther Comics    Last Update2008/3/12 22:08
Hits2825  Comments10    
My recollection of this character is so vague that I couldn't remember if she came from the comic books or the comic strips.  I couldn't remember if she was Lady Phantom, Girl Phantom, Phantom Girl, or something else.  References to her wouldn't even show up on the Internet.  I began to wonder if she ever existed at all, so I thought I would try and flesh her out anyway.  If she was that obscure, she would make a good candidate for my Things That Make You Go 'Huh?' series.  

Sometime later, I noticed that Moonstone held the license to the Phantom title and I asked if they knew anything about Girl Phantom.  They gave me the rundown even though she hasn't been in the comics in years.  Apparently she is the sister of the Phantom, and even subbed for him for awhile in the strips.

Anyone who's never heard of Girl Phantom can now see her as she makes her very first appearance here in the HM Comic Art Gallery.

Also, I couldn't remember if she carried two side arms like the Phantom or just one, or even none at all.  To be sure, for this pose she carries only one side arm, and two 45's.  


--C.

Heromorph (Back) Issues II

Heromorph (Back) Issues IIPopular
Submitterco_04More Photos from co_04   CategoryDC Comics    Last Update2008/5/8 12:46
Hits3435  Comments7    
One thing I must say about MissVee's art is that she creates some of the most provocative & sexy poses for women. I would even say that they are under appreciated or at least underrated, but I always admire them. For instance, with "BG Seduced by Scarecrow" (http://heromorph.com/heromorph2/modules/myalbum3/photo.php?lid=3974) I saw the immediate value in the work for making some new comic art. I simply took Vee's pose of Batgirl here, and plundered it for my own misuse. However, the homage is paid by digging out the masthead that was implemented previously by yours truly of A Wonder Woman-Black Cat cover (see "Heromorph [Back] Issues", http://heromorph.com/heromorph2/modules/myalbum3/photo.php?lid=2909 ), also based on original art by MV.

The style is a throwback to the old Bronze Age comics.

Heromorph (Back) Issues III

Heromorph (Back) Issues IIIPopular
Submitterco_04More Photos from co_04   CategoryDC Comics    Last Update2008/5/8 17:54
Hits3407  Comments8    
Another HM cover for the Vee Stories title, this is a variation on a theme from a previous manip, "Batgirl v. Joker",  http://heromorph.com/heromorph2/modules/myalbum/photo.php?lid=7992. The art is stylized once again in the manner of the Bronze Age comic style (hence the 25c and no UPC).  This time it's Harley Quinn rather than Joker administering the mayhem on Batgirl, using one of MissVee's very favorite recipes.  

Not sure why I left off Harley's tights.

HM (Back) Issues IV

HM (Back) Issues IVPopular
Submitterco_04More Photos from co_04   CategoryDC Comics    Last Update2008/6/11 7:53
Hits3322  Comments12    
Somehow these back issues keep turning up, vintage 1971-72 or so. I didn't know HM was even in business then, let alone had an imprint. Anyway, this is a combination of themes from Detective Comics #341, where Joker is disguised as Batman, & Harley Quinn #10, where Harley impersonates Batgirl.

Of all the Vee covers done thus far, to me this is the most convincing of that late Silver/early Bronze Age comic style.

So what other titles will turn up from the vaults--"House of VampireLover?" "Dungeons & DragonDack?" WonderWas?" "Jr Chronicles of McDeath?"

???

HM Back Issues lV Page 1

HM Back Issues lV Page 1Popular
Submitterco_04More Photos from co_04   CategoryDC Comics    Last Update2008/6/27 7:21
Hits3208  Comments12    
I decided to give this a try. Subsequent interior page sample from "Harley Quinn's Ultimate [Secret] Identity Theft," from the Knockout Vee Stories cover,  http://heromorph.com/heromorph2/modules/myalbum3/photo.php?lid=4362

Updated with more detail (nerd ladies, student, bookshelf, and Harley in upper right corner) and less cartooniness to match page 2 panel (above).  Much better than before. Also added disclaimers and legalese at bottom.

(Perhaps a nude version will be issued later.)

HM Back Issues IV Page 2

HM Back Issues IV Page 2Popular
Submitterco_04More Photos from co_04   CategoryDC Comics    Last Update2008/6/27 7:21
Hits3310  Comments11    
You asked for it. If this ever becomes anything it should probably go into the HM Comic Books page. From  the Knockout Vee Stories cover,  http://heromorph.com/heromorph2/modules/myalbum3/photo.php?lid=4362 and follow-up to p.1 (below).

Heromorph Back Issues V

Heromorph Back Issues VPopular
Submitterco_04More Photos from co_04   CategoryDC Comics    Last Update2008/7/7 20:29
Hits3024  Comments7    
Taken directly from MissVee's terrific original interpretation of a scene from the 60's Batman series, with special guest crook Louie the Lilac. I had begun a version of this before, but changed course and wanted something a bit more urgent than posed, as if Bats was in some real danger of having the heat turned up by henchwoman Lily.  (  Vee's original: http://heromorph.com/heromorph2/modules/myalbum2/photo.php?lid=7121 )

Besides, there's something a bit cathartic in the implication that Milton Berle just got wasted.

HM Back Issues 6

HM Back Issues 6Popular
Submitterco_04More Photos from co_04   CategoryDC Comics    Last Update2008/7/20 12:39
Hits2559  Comments7    
As those who have been following these posts know, I have been uncovering vintage issues of the HeroMorph Comics imprint from the 1970's.  As a change of pace, I found this cover from about 2000-2001 (notice the %1000 jump in cover price and a more up-to-date HM logo). As you can see, the Knockout Vee Stories title continued over the years, reaching to number 161 in this case, and still disavowed by the comics code. Simultaneously published in WTF? Comics which eventually sank them. Truly a rare item. If you don't believe me try finding a copy on Ebay.

(Actually I just wanted to go on to a different comic style.)

Vee Stories Inside P. 1

Vee Stories Inside P. 1Popular
Submitterco_04More Photos from co_04   CategoryDC Comics    Last Update2008/7/27 9:05
Hits2066  Comments4    
1st page where Harley Quinn plans to take over Las Vegas. Interior from Knockout Vee stories 161 HM back issues (see cover @ http://heromorph.com/heromorph2/modules/myalbum2/photo.php?lid=7374).

Vee Stories Inside P. 2

Vee Stories Inside P. 2Popular
Submitterco_04More Photos from co_04   CategoryDC Comics    Last Update2008/8/3 8:32
Hits2570  Comments7    
Page 2 where Harley Quinn plans to take over Las Vegas. Interior from Knockout Vee stories 161 HM back issues (see cover @ http://heromorph.com/heromorph2/modules/myalbum2/photo.php?lid=7374).
(P. 1 @  http://heromorph.com/heromorph2/modules/myalbum2/photo.php?lid=7391&cid=121).

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