Vladrushka Drawing Becomes Hypothetical Cover: The Degradation of a Mind Laid Bare
After a week of trying to meet print size requirements for those three books I keep mentioning, I'm just doing single drawings, character studies, this week. So what began as an exercise in drawing clothes on Vladrushka, which I've rarely done And you'll notice that I have Miss Prynn in Story of OH!
in the same dress I've put Vladrushka in. I'm trying to learn more, I swear.
In this case the dress was a sort of 1957 Liz Taylorish number I saw Dan DeCarlo use a few times. Though that one wasn't strapless. It started here:
Then inked (as seen in my last post
Then colored, because I need to practice doing that. The pattern was partly inspired by the color scheme of the Soviet Wonder Woman in Millar's RED SON:
And then I went overboard.
I don't even know what that means.
Now I think I have to honor the spirit of Mort Wiesinger and never let a cover go without a story. Hey, it's one
game to generate ideas.
Labels: my art, my comics, vladrushka