Month: February 2015

February ’15 WWOTM – Diana, the Acrobat

The WWOEC Woman of the Month for February 2015 is Diana from the Dungeons & Dragons animated series. Now, despite playing a lot of the game it’s based on, I’d never seen this show before. However, once I started doing some research, I had too many ideas to choose from. So I decided to pair her up with everyone from the main cast, and here we are. I might return to this character later, since I also wanted to do something with her staff weapon, but hey, we’ll see.

I decided to do two versions of the colors, one based on the flat colors of the show and another closer to my usual coloring style.

Terra, Prisoner of Love

This is a commissioned piece I recently finished featuring Terra of the Teen Titans. The idea behind this picture is that Terra is “trapped” in these earth stocks but, since her power is to control earth, the implication is that she’s only as trapped as she wants to be. Hence, the seductive look she’s giving you, teasing you.

I’m not sure why, but somehow this picture was a lot easier to make than most of the pics I do. I’m not sure if it’s because there was only one character, or what, but when I got the description I was sure it would take longer than it did. However, I pumped it out in less than half the time I usually allot for for standalone pictures. Not that I’m complaining, mind you, as I’m still playing catch-up on some of my commissions. Hopefully we’ll be seeing a few of those pop up around here soon.


I drew this picture in June of last year, inked it at some point in September, and then left it sitting half-finished in my “WIP” folder until just now. The picture is really simple, so all it took was about a half-hour of coloring to wrap it up. I could have finished it at any time, but I kept putting it off because of other, more important (and complex) projects and commissions. However, because things have been slow around here, I finally took the time to finish it.

I can’t even remember what made me want to draw it, other than that I’ve always liked Toph. Whatever reason I had, I think the final piece isn’t too bad. It doesn’t even look that out of place next to my other, more recent pictures.