And we are now here at the final page of the heist, the operation is completely finish. However we do still have an epilogue to this tasty so be on the lookout for the last six pages of this story in the coming weeks. In the meantime, see how this entire heist ends now by clicking the thumbnail.
Happy day before Christmas Eve everyone, hope you’re all doing and well and patiently waiting for your presents. To help you wait, there’s a new page up for Amber today, bringing us one page closer to then end. As usual, click the thumbnail down below to read what’s in store for today!!!!
We are rounding into the final end of Amber’s long going one shot which I do admit has been going on just a little too long past the date I intended to finish it. But we are moving now and closing in on the end as we are now bringing this major heist to a close. And to keep your spirits all high, here’s a preview of the next page which should be coming out in the next few days!
It’s been a long time since I did a color image of Amber, mostly all the work with her has been in the comic pages. I admit that I kinda lost a bit of an urge to draw her because of all the work on the comic and I’m gonna admit that I made a mistake with the way I structured her story.
While I’m very happy by the positive response of Amber operating from a wheelchair, I feel I honestly have too many scenes in the comic of her confined to a wheelchair. The real fun of drawing a mermaid is having them swim in the ocean and playing with the flow of the body and motion. Simply drawing a mermaid being confined to a wheelchair as well as having to draw all the details of the wheelchair is not all the fun, especially when it goes on for twenty plus pages. So this drawing here is kinda the result of pent up aggression of not being able to draw a mermaid being free in the ocean for so long, and it really feels great to break free.
Just a repost if this lovely image of Tai and Twilight Sparkle as mer-lovers. I had done an older version of this for Met-May nearly two years ago and thought the original was gorgeous with its body language, but largely outdated on my skill set, so I wanted to re-draw it with my more enhanced skills in late 2019.
This was a project I did last month. It was Mer-May and I wanted to do more Marvel work for the fan portfolio. I took a lot of notes from John Romita Sr’s artwork for this piece, in fact this entire picture is complete reference to the very panel that she debuted in, with the similar dialogue and even the impact effect. Hope you all enjoy this really cute Marvel Mermaid.