good call on the switcheroo. the last one was good but this one's even better!
i like i love the simplicity of your drawings. just the what's needed to get the point across, done well. i 've seen your work evolve over the years so i'm rather jazzed to find you again, and just say wzup!arnie
Cory, the line work is excellent and clean, just the way I like it. I appreciate the dedication in doing these sketches. They are all very well done. I especially like the hips on Power Girl in this one. Very realistic pose and figure.
I've always seen Powergirl as somewhat of an anamoly in comics. She's a blatant parody of the big breasts craze that all fan boys seem to have where heroines are concerned, but she's also a strong (literally and figuratively) character with a good bit of character development throughout her history. Swell job, Cory!
loverly as usual my friend....but why no cape?
Mat- Thanks, I looked at the first one after I posted it and felt that I could do better.I was hoping no one had seen it and wouldn't notice. Oh, well.Arnie- Thanks you, I try. I'm glad you found your way to the blog.Mike- I don't know that I would enjoy this blog as much if you lot weren't posting comments and letting me know that someone is looking. It's a lot more satisfying that way, so thank YOU. All of you.Neil- Thanks, sir. I'm pickin' up what you're putting down.Axel- Because, silly goose, it's NOT Power Girl. This is Galatea, the Supergirl clone from Justice League Unlimited. Though her powers are similar, and her costume is a bit of a nod to Power Girl, they're not the same character.Thanks again to everyone for looking.
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