Posts tagged rogue
Posts tagged rogue
So excited for this book.
just some fun late night sketching.
I think this is my first time drawing Jubilee, Rachel Summers and Kitty.
Rogue by ~JakeWyatt
Rogue-EWG Christmas Commission by Eryck Webb
X-Ladies by Fooshigi
Rogue from the X-Men by Tchillboy
i swear to god she either has the worst or the best powers out of all the magical girls
Put some colors on that Rogue I drew earlier. Took my favorite costumes of hers and kind of jammed them together.
Geeeeeez, Jordan … this is amaaaaazing.
X-Women Redesigns by tsbranch
It’s the 80s! And the X-Ladies of the 80s - Storm, Rogue, Dazzler, Rachel Summers and Shadowcat – are hangin’ tough for the holidays! This one is inspired by New KIds On The Block’s release, “Merry Merry Christmas.” (But Kitty says to say “Happy Hanukkah” too!)
Another in a series of “Comic Book Christmas Albums”, inspired by real holiday collections through the decades. I’ll be counting down a decade each day all week, from the 2000s to the 1960s!
The women of Marvel NOW! by Kris Anka.
I think it was a few days ago that I was praising Anka for his ethnically diverse Elektra. Now I want to harp on about his ability to also draw diverse faces within the same ethnicity.
Both Wanda in the top right and Sif in the centre left have the regal bearing of people who know they are superior to those around them. There is arrogance in their bearings, but they also have the faces of aristocrats. Both have fine noses and delicate but noticeable jawlines that fit with their standing as mutant royalty and a living deity respectively.
Now look at Anka’s presentation of age. Sue Richards on the top right is clearly the oldest person in this photoset and Kate Bishop is the youngest (bottom centre). The contrast of Sue’s defined cheekbones and Kate’s soft cheeks is the key marker of the age gap, but their eyes shape and bearing also present the youthful energy of Kate versus the slightly world-weary Sue.
Finally, if you had no prior knowledge of the characters in this photoset and I asked you to pick the two images that are of the same character, I’d like to think you’d choose the bottom left and right. Both of these are of Betty Ross (Red She-Hulk), one angry, one determined. I know there are tons of artist who can consistently draw the same face as it goes through the emotional spectrum, but don’t you think Anka managed to pull it off superbly with those two pictures?
Rogue by VVernacatola
By Andy MacDonald