A while back I wrote a post about how I wanted to do a series of illustrations showing Superhero Ladies, dressed and posed like human beings, not like…whatever comic books thinks is sexy.
While there are ladies in comic books and graphic novels that are in charge of their sexuality, and there are superhero ladies who are clothed, they seem to be the exception, rather than the rule.
Thus, I came up with the idea of the art series Superhero Ladies: a series of illustrations showing superhero ladies dressed and posed like…actual people.
I put it on the back-burner, though, because I wasn’t sure how I wanted to exactly tackle this series.
But then I wrote about my Goals for 2015. And one of my goals is to make more eBooks full of sketches.
So I had the idea, “How about I make my first eBook of sketches be the Superhero Ladies series?!”
So that’s exactly what I’m doing.
This actually ties in well with another one of my goals, which is to draw two sketchbook pages a day. So I’ve been drawing quite a few superhero ladies this week already.
Here’s a peek at just one of the new ones:
I forgot to mention that the Superhero Ladies series will feature entirely original characters.
So, no, I’m not going to be doing re-designs of famous superheroines like Spider Woman, Power Girl, Captain Marvel, or anything like that. That can be addressed in a different series of sketches altogether.
Nope. This series will feature only original characters, costumes, and (hopefully) powers.
I’ll post more sketches occasionally. I don’t want to post them all online because I don’t want to spoil any surprises I have in mind for the eBook.
Speaking of books, though, Johnson & Sir have a book on pre-order. I talked about that in this post.
I’m working hard to make sure there’s new prints, books, and more for you. If you have any suggestions or ideas of what you would like to see more of, leave a comment below!
Thank you for reading, and I’ll see you tomorrow.