Tuesday, May 19, 2009

Marvel Girl - Canson Cutie

First I want to apologize for not responding to comments the last couple of days. It's been a bit hectic around the Gonzo Compound. Actually the last week has been busy between work and my daughters school activities. But I have read everything and I will be going back and responding tomorrow. Right now I am just trying to make sure I get artwork up everyday. :)

And speaking of today, here is a Marvel Girl for your viewing pleasure. I have green paper and it was either Marvel Girl or She-Hulk. This was my choice. This time. :) She was done in mixed media on 11" x 17" Canson Mi-Teintes paper.

Tomorrow should be an early post. We are going to see Star Trek again, but this time at one of the IMAX theaters in town. WooHoo! See ya tomorrow!


Royce Thrower said...

Star Trek gets more of my money tomorrow as well. I rarely see a movie twice in the theatre, but this one breaks that rule!!

Nice choice of the white outline in the Marvel Girl pic Gene! That really makes it pop (in addition to your beautiful lines of course...)


Gary M. Peiffer said...

Hey Marvel, here is your next X-Men artist!

Enjoy Star Trek again Gene. It was a fantastic movie and a great reboot of the franchise! Maybe you will be inspired to do another Star Trek character after seeing the movie!


Gene Gonzales said...

Royce - I had to double check to make sure the IMAX were are going to is a full size IMAX. I guess there are smaller ones that people are referring to as LIE MAX. And I too cannot remember the last movie I saw twice in the theater. Glad you enjoyed Marvel Girl!

Thanks Gary. I agree with your assessment of the movie. And your right, I just might need to do a new crew member. :)

Patman said...

Nice job on Jean, Gene.

Don't dawdle on seeing Star Trek on Imax because tomorrow night is probably the last night it'll be playing (unless it splits time with "Night at the Museum 2" at your nearby Imax theater).

With the green canson paper, you could also do "Gaila" (Uhura's roommate).

Landroid said...

This is one of my favorite costumes of all time. Practical? Hell, no. Pretty chic? Oh MY yes. Very well done, sir.