Friday, May 1, 2009

Wonder Woman! - Canson Cutie

Today's Wonder Woman is a commission piece for Tim. This was done with ink, color pencil and white acrylic paint. Thanks again to Tim for this commission. The next commission on the list is another one for Tim as well: Red Sonja!

And speaking of commissions, I wanted to let everyone know that I am raising the price on the Canson Cutie commissions. When I started doing these I thought the time would be just a little more than doing a 50.00 sketch but I was wrong. They take a lot more time. So I am upping the price to $100.00 for the color Canson Cutie. Also, I am adding a new commission style and rate as well. If you are interested in a piece done on the gray charcoal paper with ink and white highlights, that will be $75.00. This falls in a middle ground between a inked black and white piece, and the full color Canson Cutie. I will also be doing all three types of commissions at HeroesCon this year. Should be interesting in that I have never worked in color at a show.

Have a good weekend everyone!


Gary M. Peiffer said...

Wow, those are BIG! Yeah, I mean the bracelets. I don't follow DC, so maybe that is the current WW bracelet style which I like better than the thinner ones located on the wrists. Yellow color works great and the stars are a nice addition.

Gene, great to know that there are three different tiers of art that we can commission from you!

Bring on Red Sonja!


Royce Thrower said...

Can't wait to see you do color at HeroesCon. I will take one of each tier!!

Wonder-ful sketch. I am glad you changed things uo and went Landscape mode on us for this one!! It really worked out well!!

Gene Gonzales said...

Yup, big bracelets. The style had gone to the big ones a while back. I honestly don't know if they have changed. Thanks Gary!

Thanks Royce! It should be fun to do them at the show. As we get closer to the show I will be taking on an early sketch list. Sometimes the first couple of hours can be slow so an advance list gives me something to do.

And the landscape idea was Tim's. He sent me a pose to base this piece on. Glad you liked it.

Craig Zablo said...

No wonder they call her Wonder Woman the way Gene draws her. My-my-my!

Gene Gonzales said...

Thanks Craig! :)