odditycollector: Supergirl hovering in black silhouette except for the red crest. Cape fluttering. Background is a roiling, raining sky. (Default)
( Jul. 2nd, 2011 10:00 pm)
I believe the list of events was as so...

Oliver Nome did a Wonder Woman redesign over here.

forty40dumbhott @ tumblr coloured it to show what he'd like in a Wonder Woman portayal.

It circulated around tumblr, until I eventually saw it and went yeaaaaahhhhh..... buuuuuuttttttt..... it is still white woman *lineart*, and added a couple tweaks of my own. )
Your Silly Question stars:

1 Burton Guster
2 Agatha Heterodyne
3 Lois Lane
4 Jaime Reyes
5 The Old Spice Man
6 John Egbert
7 Rose Lalonde
8 Meredith Grey
9 Karkat Vantas
10 Cassandra Cain
11 Starbuck
12 The doctor
13 Cristina Yang
14 Amanda Waller
15 Spankbot

Yeah, no real surprises! And now for the Silly Question Answers:

[livejournal.com profile] kimberly_t asked:

If Agatha Heterodyne and Rose Lalonde had a baby together, what would the Old Spice Man think is a good baby name? )
John challenges Karkat to a duel, but Burton Guster declares himself/herself the arbitrator and decides on the weapons used. Who wins, and how? )
[livejournal.com profile] hannahrorlove asked:

Agatha: hamburger, cheeseburger, or veggie burger? )
Rose, Cass, and the Doctor are contestants in a talent show. Etc. )
Burton Guster orders the last scoop of an ice cream flavor Meredith Grey wanted, Etc. )
Does Lois Lane know where their towel is? )
Where does Jaime Reyes take prospective dates? )
Does the Old Spice Man have a favorite month of the year? )
What does Starbuck do to stay in shape? )
How would Amanda Waller deal with a zombie apocalypse? )
John Egbert, Karkat Vantas, Cristina Yang, and a spankbot team up to fight crime. Etc. )
[livejournal.com profile] jkarabella asked:

Rose Lalonde and Amanda Waller are both trying to woo the Old Spice Man, what do they they to impress them, and what does Burton Guster think of this? )
[livejournal.com profile] angel_gidget asked:

A spankbot and Agatha Heterodyne go to a concert together. What band can they agree on? )
John and a spankbot are taking a class together. But in what? )
Would Karkat sacrifice his/her spleen for Rose? )
What is the Old Spice Man's first impression of Jaime Reyes? )
Who does Lois Lane teamup with in event of a zombie apocalypse? )
[livejournal.com profile] jarodrussell asked:

Can Rose Lalonde build a trap to catch Karkat Vantas? )
If you gave the Old Spice Man a bucket of LEGO, what would end up being built? )
Burton Guster and Agatha Heterodyne are in a race, how long does Jaime Reyes watch before getting bored? )
[livejournal.com profile] milkshake_b asked:

Years ago, Cristina Yang and John Egbert had a night of random passion with this stranger they'd just met in a Gogo Club. Etc. )

The end!
I am slooowly putting together some more traditional solicit Monday mocking, but in the meantime, have a further installment of Drawing Troll Horns On 'American Vampire' Covers: )

Sometime I am going to acquire physical copies of this series and attack it with an orange gel pen. It seems like an inevitable outcome.
Not gonna reblog everything from tumblr, but I made a few asofterworld mashups. All the cool kids were doing it!

Here's an Amanda Waller one that, yeah. )

Image is from Amanda Waller's family album.


After the Amanda Waller ones, I made waaaay too many animated ones. Like so. I'm a *little* more patient with that feature of Photoshop now, I guess? I still don't find it intuitive, though.

Anyway, it's a fun enough meme, and the results are often worth a giggle, but I don't think I will do any more. It just doesn't feel like I'm saying anything *new*.
It is a truth universally acknowledged, that a fangirl in possession of an extra pair of canvas shoes, must be in want of something to do with them.

(I'm not sure how I keep accidentally ending up with extraneous shoes, but I suppose there are worse curses.)

This is incredibly silly. )
odditycollector: Superman flying with Connor Hawke and Foghorn Leghorn who's thinking Hope this boy's arrows aren't as bent as his brain! (Crack Generator)
( Feb. 16th, 2011 05:29 pm)
More solicits!

That do not accurately reflect anything actually in the comics.

And may contain unexplained crossovers.

And really too many words! )

Yay! That's all! We should do this again sometime.
odditycollector: Dramaticly lit Alan Scott in a heroic stance. Text reads: "My Fandom's Only Weakness is Wood." (Alan Scott)
( Feb. 16th, 2011 12:37 pm)
I was not expecting solicit Monday to come so early! And, for a month with a *really gory* emergent theme to its covers, to actually be fun (otherwise)! People are not just posing boringly on every single book! I can remember why I like this game!

Here be May's special Karen variant covers. )
There will probably be more later, because this month's solicit theme is "Tentacle Porn Starring Batman" and I will never have the power to resist something like that. People ineligible for Green Lantern rings: me.

But for now, I'll leave you with the solicit for Batwoman... who I'm sure we all remember from the time she starred in a Monistat ad.

I'm. Something approaching sorry. )

(You have no idea the terrible, terrible jokes I decided against here, on the basis of they'd never make it into actual ad copy. Soooo terrible.)
I made too many of these last time as well. Turns out, finding boring interpretations of extreme! illustrations is a pretty easy hobby.

I wasn't sure if these were average enough, but then Photobucket crashed my browser, and oops there went my quota of caring. MLIA. )
odditycollector: Text on brown background texture. "I am a batshit genius scientist prophet goddess and I will be free" (A Softer World)
( Nov. 16th, 2010 11:07 pm)
By popular singular request, this Solicit Not-Monday-Anymore brings the return of "Entirely average stories, as illustrated by comics artists"! Inspired by MyLifeIsAverage.com.

Today I used a computer to write some words on some comics covers. Then I posted them for public consumption. MLIA. )
odditycollector: Superman flying with Connor Hawke and Foghorn Leghorn who's thinking Hope this boy's arrows aren't as bent as his brain! (Crack Generator)
( Nov. 13th, 2010 11:49 pm)
A while ago, I volunteered myself as an unofficial art-side partner for [personal profile] petra and [personal profile] thatyourefuse's [community profile] polybigbang story!

I had the vague plan of putting together a title page via digital collage, but soon became confused by the logistics of representing a fairly balanced OT4 via 2D media. So I ended up putting together something a bit different, that I hope still represents the story. :) I had a fun time, everyone, I will not lie.

(Oh, and, Petra & Carla, if either of you would like one of these, let me know and I'll mail it over.)

Title: All the Coppers
Authors: [personal profile] petra and [personal profile] thatyourefuse
Fandom: Life on Mars/Ashes to Ashes AU
Summary: Alex Drake is shot in the head and wakes up in 1981, where she meets Gene Hunt, Sam Tyler, and Annie Cartwright. Her subsequent struggle to get home and/or save her parents from their fate grows more complex as she finds herself falling in love with the era and its inhabitants. This covers the same timeframe as the first 8 episodes of Ashes to Ashes, and has spoilers for both those episodes and Life on Mars.
Pairing: Alex Drake/Annie Cartwright/Gene Hunt/Sam Tyler and sub-combinations thereof
Rating: Adult
Length: 45,500 words
Notes: Explicit consensual sexual content; no explicit on-screen violence. This story can be read as a sequel to Three times blessed her for those who prefer to know how established relationships have been established. Thanks to the awesome artists, Drea, Sage, and everyone else who preread parts, and to Jamjar for beta reading and Britpicking.

Story Text and Art Links On Petra's journal
There's been some confusion over the comic pages I posted this morning. For what purpose did I post them? What even are they?

Obviously, there was a communications failure on my side. I suspect, after 3 hours of word balloons, I was just *really sick* of looking at words. Everyone should just KNOW my intentions.

The pages aren't from a "real" comic: I found some unrelated art which (with a couple small tweaks) served my purposes, and re-dialogued them entirely! The pages are now a scene that should logically follow the end of the War of the Supermen miniseries, yet does not.

If you read the New Kypton/War of the Supermen story - and I don't recommend it, if only because it seems like DC got bored in the middle of several storylines and concluded with (fairly literally) "Rocks fall; everyone dies" - you were treated to a plot in which the humans blow up a populated planet out of xenophobia, for which the only consequence I noticed was a sad editorial by Lois Lane, after which she flew in Superman's arms towards a hopeful sunrise. Or maybe a sunset, it doesn't really matter. [scans or it didn't happen]

My reaction was basically, "Whaaaaaaaaat?"

So I put together a scene* in which some of the DCU's aliens call us on that shit. (I was waiting for someone more "official" to do it for me, but, well...) Because yes, we live in a vacuum, but we live in a vacuum full of other populated planets who should frown on such actions. If only out of self interest. (The DCU's aliens tend towards jackassery, with luck I got that across?)

*I don't know what to call it. Illustrated fanfic? Narrative meta? Too much screwing around with Photoshop?
This is kind of belated, but whatever!

I had quite a few problems with the New Krypton/War of the Supermen storyline from DC. This is regarding one of them.

We Are Not Alone in the Universe (or Zod Was Right)
Being an epilogue to the events of War of the Supermen.

Spoilers: for War of the Supermen, in case you were unsure on that point.
[ETA: very important, this is a scene made from re-dialogued comic art. The words, and only the words, are mine. I talk more about my intentions in this post.]

Content Notes: Falling Anvils. Exposition. And I think I am funny. Be advised. )

(You know what is a hard question to figure out the answer to? What is the rotation period of our galaxy. Fascinating, but not so's you can fit in a word bubble.)

All the artwork I used was taken from R.E.B.E.L.S. 17, because the universe apparently sensed my need and provided as best it could. I've also borrowed a couple lines without change. Credit goes to Sergio Arino (pencils), Scott Hanna (ink), and Tony Bedard (script).

Font is Letter-O-Matic.

And you know who deserves way for props than they traditionally get? Whoever draws the damn word balloons in comics. OH MY GOD. (Apparently there is a better way than whatever I did, but it made me want to say mean things to my computer trying to figure it out.)
odditycollector: Giant crayon with a airplane tail fin flying over a landscape, dropping smaller crayons or bombs. Icon is calming green. (Crayon Bomb)
( Aug. 20th, 2010 02:03 am)
I've wanted to redo this cover since reading this extremely well done Racebending Revenge story, in which Golden Age Superman is reimagined as a black man.

I originally tried to draw it myself as homage, but, well. That didn't end prettily. Photoshop still seems like cheating for such a small percentage change, but so it goes )
This month's solicit cover theme is "incomprehensible faux-double exposure collages," which I guess is at least above previous themes such as "giant disembodied heads eating people" or "characters making o-faces at unbelievably reflective swords" or "explosions placed strategically behind our heroes so as to indicate epic farting".

No, wait. That last one was hilarious times.

However, this month's theme for *here* is Guess who found the demotivational poster generator?! )


odditycollector: Supergirl hovering in black silhouette except for the red crest. Cape fluttering. Background is a roiling, raining sky. (Default)


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