Selina Kyle spending her morning shopping.
Currently underway with a Marvels rebound on dribbble with some talented artists. We’re doing a new Marvel character every week. So last week was the Punisher, this week’s is Storm. Most of Storm’s cover art and action is on a grand scale. Calling down lightning and thunder, so I thought much smaller as if she could just make a storm in her hand.
The top image is a drawing I did in Kindergarten of Spiderman roping and riding a Monster. This weekend, I went through a large group of drawings I did when I was a kid. I was 6 when I drew that Spiderman drawing. That drawing is on the back of my Kindergarten assessment. I was always in trouble for never following the directions of the group. I didn’t want to follow the group, I wanted to do my own thing. That letter to my parents above is one of many. Also, there were many parent-teacher conferences. According to my teacher, All I ever wanted to do was draw, never paid attention, too much of a daydreamer and so on. That was the reason why I chose to redraw that image from my childhood. Today there are many blogs where artists have taken what they drew as a kid and recreated it later in life. I thought I would try it, and now I want to do more. Now that I have my own child, I want her to be an individual and certainly to color outside the lines.