Monday, June 15, 2015

Unstoppable Tuff-Girl, 10th Anniversary

This year, the character Tuff-Girl celebrates the tenth year from first appearing in the pages of Silver Comics issue #5!

To commemorate this milestone, I created this Art Deco inspired poster (above). The poster measuring17" w. x 36" h (43.2 cm x 91.4 cm), will be first available for purchase at the ever nearing Heroes Convention, June 19-21 in Charlotte, NC. I will be arriving at the con with a limited number of copies of the poster priced at $10 each, and at the con, you may, of course, get Tuff-Girl creators Bryan Mon (that’s me) and Merrill Hagan to sign copies of the poster.

I had run through multiple thumbnail drawings for concepts for art to commemorate this special occasion, and narrowed it down to this, albeit another, running pose. Well, Superman flies, Spider-Man swings, and Tuff-Girl runs. From a rough pencil drawing I developed the final art as vector art in Adobe® Illustrator. In the image above, the black lines represent the outlines of the vector shapes, over the red pencil lines of the roughly drawn art.

Admittedly, I’ve been terrible at social media and by extension I’ve been terribly terrible at utilizing social media to promote my self and my projects. That said if you find me at Heroes Con this coming weekend (AA-1511), and utter the code word, “Montreal,” I will sell you a signed copy for the promotional amount of $1 USD.

We’ll see you at Heroes!

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