Artist required for comic book cover
- Status: Closed
- Hadiah: $350
- Penyertaan diterima: 35
- Pemenang: Nankim Studio
I am looking to have a birthday present made for my girlfriend. Specifically, a comic book front cover that I can frame for her. Artwork would be in a "Tank Girl" style (refer attached image) and would be of two odd superheroines based off her cats
These would be
-a costumed crime fighter in a dark leather battle suit like worn in the Kickass comics. Maybe it's torn, or a she is a little bruised. That's where the tank girl aesthetic comes in.
-Dark brown hair, green eyes, not typical super hero skinny, as feline Lola likes the cat food a little too much. She should look a little fierce.
-No super powers or weapons to speak of, just a talented brawler.
-A pleasant, absentminded genius, dressed in comfortable clothes, wearing a lab coat over the top. Nothing too high tech. More nerdy librarian/lab tech, rather than Tony Stark tech whiz.
-thin, pale, with a round face, glasses, and light brown hair in braids that looks vaguely like a brain. A few wisps escaping around her face.
-No powers, just a high level of intelligence. Lola drags her out on these things as she thinks it will make her more extroverted, and less quiet and mousy.
-A scene with the two of them. Lola looking confident and happy, perhaps leaning on Bella or interacting in some way. Possibly in the back ground, the smouldering wreckage of whatever havoc Lola has wrought. Lola having a great time, and Bella possibly looking a little awkward as it's not really her scene but she doesn't want to disappoint her friend.
-At the top, the text "The thrilling adventures of Lola Ebola and Cerebella". I'm seeing "Lola Ebola" in a more jagged dark text, the way you would picture the title of a comic where the main character has the word Ebola in her name. "Cerebella" would be in a more simple, flowing or cursive script. As if Lola and written her name, and Bella had written hers.
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