Vulture Villain, take 2

January 21, 2013 by  
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Another pass at one of the bad guys for the new Boulder and Fleet comic. Based on input from kind folks on G+, I'm taking a stab at a more feminine look for the character.

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10 Responses to “Vulture Villain, take 2”
  1. this reminds me of space ghost coast to coast, which i just love, nice work.

  2. Amul Kumar says:

    You might consider a more closed posture — defensive, blocking. The shoulder pads also read as masculine. Definitely more feminine.

  3. Jerzy Drozd says:

    I'll give that a shot, +Amul Kumar. Thanks for that!

  4. Amul Kumar says:

    I'll have you know that I spent most of last night looking at portraits and arguing with pretend-you about posture and positioning! Nearly two hours, I spent thinking on this!

  5. Jerzy Drozd says:

    Ha! You've got me thinking really hard about this, too. Kept sketching typical waist-twisted poses, which came out looking like swimsuit shots. Not at all what I want for this character. So now I'm crunching on what the fundamentals of a "feminine pose" actually is. Going back to art school with this one, thanks to you!

  6. Amul Kumar says:

    I get distracted by Ridley from Aliens, which is the opposite of what you are trying to do here.

  7. Jerzy Drozd says:

    Yeah, I'm trying for "undead-ish demon lady" version of a Disney villain. But the challenge of it gets me thinking that I'm on the right track with the character.