This took far too long to pull together but I'm glad I finished it. Nothing terribly profound or clever, I just ran with the basic idea of the '89-'94 kids' show 'Maid Marian & Her Merry Men'. In a nutshell, Robin's a dimwit & Marian's the leader. Gave Marian a bit of a costume update 'cause she's cool, y'know ;P Originally I had the pair of them side-by-side, with Marian looking bemused by Robin but I couldn't get it to work so this happened.
..and yes, I did re-use the sketch I did at the first 'Collective Gathering' haha.
Great stuff Elaine! I love how Robin actually looks like an idiot! Made me laugh! :)ReplyDelete
As a man I feel highly insulted by this misandrist propoganda! Great work, makes me want to break out the markers. It's marker right? I've got to start doing non-digital colour.ReplyDelete
Thought I recognised that sketch! Great work and really nicely done graphically and compositionally. Shadow of Robin and the light coloured staff give a nice sense of depth. It oddly reminds me that it could be a cover of a book that maybe a Russian school kid would have read in the mid 60's. That's the vibe I'm getting :) Great work!ReplyDelete
Nicely done and well admitted - Dan made that faux pas a while back and got caught rapid!! :) Hee hee! Lovely hair.ReplyDelete
Thanks all :) Not markers though Jon, SketchBook ProReplyDelete
thats awesome! the icon in the top right is brilliant! really graphic. god bless sketchbook pro, have u tried the copic markers from the last update? pretty coolReplyDelete
nice texture on her suit and quiver by the byReplyDelete
Haven't really given the copic markers a fair run if I'm honest :/ The icon took all of ten mins haha, but thanks :) And the texture is a simple leather texture, just curved & messed with a bit.ReplyDelete
I'm not gonna go into detail, but it all looks super! Great stuff as always Elaine. :)ReplyDelete