Monday, July 09, 2007

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11 comments:

Axel said...

lovely lovely lovely. I can almost see the stars and galaxies in the background. very cool :)

rick winward said...

Fantastic!! This looks great. I love your work.

zach said...

You're scaring me with these upside-down flying superwomen, Cory. I'm gettin' dizzay!

James said...

I hope this week is all upside-down chicks.

Chris said...

Stellar!

mark englert said...

Cory likes chicks who fly around a lot...

Screw Jeff Owens said...

It sure is easy for you to make me jealous. :)

j_ay said...

As always your poses and grasp of anatomy are out-bloody-standing.

Thanks for Wikipedia updating as well. I need to get my full checklist(which admittedly, isn't much) up on there.

Please do. I’m unsure of your Shadowpact issues (from trying to find images of the covers I think: 3, 4 and 6?), but I’m eyeing and eBay auction to snag all 12 and then I’ll know…
And it’s certainly “much”, just not enough; keep ‘em coming!

Not that there's anything wrong with pugs, but my dog is a Bulldog. Pfft. I blame myself. I'll draw better bulldogs in the future.

Your bulldogs rock. I smile whenever I see them. Didn’t know you had one yourself, cool.

And I recently found out Ant-Man cancelled, what a bummer…

Neil Hill said...

Love the angle and figure gesture you choose, Cory. Tre' magnifique!

arnie said...

hey cory if you show at the SDCC this year, are you going to offer up some sort sketch book? if so i 'd like to see some of these in thier.

peace out

cory j walker said...

Axel- Thank you much, sir.

Rick- Thank you very much.

Zach- Sorry about that.

James- Sorry to destroy your dreams. Five is the magic number.

Chris- Your comment is out of this world!

Mark- ...or is that just what I WANT you to think?

Jeff- Is it my amazing beard or my bulging muscles? Effortless, either way.

j_ay- Thanks. Yeah, it's a cryin' shame that the plug had to be pulled on Ant-man.

Neil- Thanks, you. I'm trying to draw more interesting figures for this blog, becuase for a while there they were pretty straightforward and dull. I'll keep working to keep it interesting.

Arnie- Unfortunately, I won't have a sketchbook this year, but I will more than likely have one next year, possibly containing a year's worth of sketches. We'll see.