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    Monday
    Jun062016

    "The Aquatic Princess of Salineas" by Kevenn T. Smith

    This latest Rebel has been a long time coming. A fan favorite, Mermista is the last Rebel I had to finish that received a figure produced in the vintage Princess of Power line. Princess Mermista hails from the underwater kingdom of Salineas, ruled by her father, King Mercier, and is a Rebel who can often be found around the Crystal Falls. As usual, I combined elements of the Filmation design with the Vintage figure, relying more heavily on the Filmation design. I felt that the silver belt worn by the vintage figure (and also used on the Maters of the Universe Classics figure) ruined the sleek line of her design. I also don't like that the belt causes her fish half to begin abruptly at the waste. I liked that the Filmation design allowed the scale covered areas of her body to reach up into her torso. This makes for a more unique mermaid design, and for the Filmation version of her land form, would giver her a scaled body suit with little green fins behind the heels.

    Normally, I post these illustrations on a plain white background, but for Mermista, in order to get the water effect the best, it works best on this aqua background. My Mermista illustration is available on t-shirts, hoodies, kids'/babies' clothes, stickers, leggings (those items do not include the water splash effect), iPhone cases & skins, Samsung Galaxy cases & skins, laptop skins & sleeves, throw pillows, duvet covers, mugs, tote bags, studio pouches, and more at my RedBubble.com store. Click here or the image to go directly to the store.

    Pencil, Ink, Photoshop
    ©Kevenn T. Smith 2016
    Mermista ©Mattel

    Tuesday
    May102016

    The First Rebels of 2016

    The first two new Rebels for 2016 are here! Both illustrations are available on t-shirts, hoodies, kids'/babies' clothes, iPhone cases & skins, Samsung Galaxy cases & skins, laptop skins & sleeves, stickers, throw pillows, duvet covers, mugs, tote bags, and studio pouches at my RedBubble.com store. Click here or the images to go directly to the store.



    Sweet Bee: "The Stunning Honey From Space" by Kevenn T. Smith. Click on the above image to buy products with this illustration. This Sweet Bee illustration pulls heavily from the Filmation design, but as usual, I also incorporated elements of the vintage Style Guide, and the vintage action figure.
    Pencil, Ink, Photoshop
    ©Kevenn T. Smith 2016
    Sweet Bee ©Mattel

    Flutterina: "The Ethereal Empowered Lookout" by Kevenn T. Smith. Click on the above image to buy products with this illustration. This Flutterina illustration also is based mainly on the Filmation design, but likewise incorporates elements of the vintage Style Guide, and the vintage action figure. This piece took me a lot longer to work on than others. While I was working on it, I was going through losing a family member - our beloved dog, Lucy, and afterwards adding a new dog to our family, Carter. I was very aware of the butterfly being a powerful symbol of big life changes and personal growth. Flutterina's origin in the Filmation cartoon series, of a humble and shy slave girl named Small One being transformed into a beautiful empowered butterfly woman, followed that theme.
    Pencil, Ink, Photoshop
    ©Kevenn T. Smith 2016
    Flutterina ©Mattel

    Monday
    Feb222016

    "Amazon Princess" by Kevenn T. Smith

    My first piece that I complete in 2016 is an illustration of my favorite superhero, Princess Diana of Themiscyra, also known as Wonder Woman. Wonder Woman has played a very huge and important part of my life. I met my spouse through Wonder Woman fandom. And Wonder Woman stands up there with She-Ra for me as the kind of person and values that I try to emulate in my life.

    For this illustration of Wonder Woman, I have been very inspired by the Wonder Woman '77 comic series and the recent The Legend of Wonder Woman comic series. I'm not fond of the way her mythos, history, origin, and costume were changed during DC's New 52. For me, my Wonder Woman has been gone since then, and the comic book has embraced a very effemophobic atmosphere, energy, and aesthetic.

    My favorite Wonder Woman designs are Lynda Carter's CBS Wonder Woman costume and the costume designed by Terry & Rachel Dodson. I wanted to do a version that combined those two designs, and one that I want to celebrate feminine energy with. Wonder Woman is a fantasy princess to me, and I wanted her depiction to be joyous, feminine, fun, strong, and sexy. For me, the beauty in Wonder Woman is that she shows us it takes a special kind of strength to not be hard in a hard world. My Wonder Woman is soft and doesn't need to be hard in order to be victorious. I find Wonder Woman is far more impressive when she doesn't need large bracelets to deflects oncoming blows and projectiles and can do it just as well with small bracelets. I find it more amazing when Wonder Woman can subdue her foes using yonic instruments like her lasso, bracelets, and tiara without having to use a sword or shield or armor or an axe. That's my Wonder Woman, and that's the one I enjoy seeing and portraying.

    As of now, this illustration is available on t-shirts, hoodies, kids'/babies' clothes, iPhone cases & skins, Samsung Galaxy cases & skins, laptop skins & sleeves, stickers, throw pillows, duvet covers, mugs, tote bags, and studio pouches at my RedBubble.com store. Click here or the image to go to the store.


    Pencil, Ink, Photoshop
    ©Kevenn T. Smith 2016
    Wonder Woman ©DC Comics

    Friday
    Dec182015

    The Last Round of Rebels for 2015

    The final illustrations of 2015 for my Great Rebellion series are here! We start off with my favorite, Netossa! The first four illustrations are available on t-shirts, hoodies, leggings, pencil skirts, scarves, kids'/baby's clothes, stickers, prints, posters, postcards, greeting cards, pillows, totes, drawstring bags, studio pouches, mugs, duvets, iPad/iPhone/Samsung Galaxy/laptop cases and skins, spiral notebooks, and hardcover journals at my RedBubble Store.

    Netossa: "The Captivating Cerulean Huntress" by Kevenn T. Smith. Click on the above image to buy products with this illustration. Netossa is a combination of her vintage figure design and cross sell art, her Filmation design, her vintage Style Guide design, and her Masters of the Universe Classics figure.
    Pencil, Ink, Photoshop
    ©Kevenn T Smith 2015
    Netossa ©Mattel 

     

    Spinerella: "The Wisteria Whirlwind" by Kevenn T. Smith. Click on the above image to buy products with this illustration. Spinerella is a combination of her vintage figure design and cross sell art, her Filmation design, and her vintage Style Guide design.
    Pencil, Ink, Photoshop
    ©Kevenn T Smith 2015
    Spinerella ©Mattel 

     

    Sea Hawk: "The Rogue Rebel Pirate" by Kevenn T. Smith. Click on the above image to buy products with this illustration. Sea Hawk is largely based on his original Filmation design, but also has elements from later episodes, like the ring from his father, The Falcon, from the 2-part episode, "Treasure of the First Ones," and the half of the locket he gives to Adora in "The Locket." I also wanted to give him a touch of "Captain Jack Sparrow" around the eyse, to help differentiate him further from Bow, since they're both redheads who were voiced by the same actor in the She-Ra cartoon.
    Pencil, Ink, Photoshop
    ©Kevenn T Smith 2015
    Sea Hawk ©Classic Media 

     

    "Rebel Hearts 1" by Kevenn T. Smith. Sisters? Besties? Lovers? Whichever you prefer, there's no denying that Netossa and Spinerella adored each other in the episode, "When Whispering Woods Last Bloomed." Now you can have them together in one piece. Click on the above image to buy products with this illustration. 
    Pencil, Ink, Photoshop
    ©Kevenn T Smith 2015
    Netossa and Spinerella ©Mattel 

     

    "2016: The Great Rebellion Calendar" by Kevenn T. Smith. Click on the image above to buy a calendar for 2016 of my Great Rebellion artwork.
    Pencil, Ink, Photoshop
    ©Kevenn T Smith 2016
    Characters ©Mattel and Classic Media 
     

    Sunday
    Aug232015

    "The Beach Blanket Queen" by Kevenn T. Smith

    My mother's favorite celebrity is Annette Funicello, despite that Annette passed away last year. I grew up watching Annette in movies, TV shows, and specials, and listening to her music thanks to my mom's fandom. This year, my mother wanted me to draw her a postcard with Annette on it, and I did. While my mom has the original, you can get this illustration in a special tryptych format on:

    Stickers, Spiral Notebooks, Hardcover Journals, iPhone Cases & Skins, Samsung Galaxy Cases & Skins, Posters, Throw Pillows, Tote Bags, Studio Pouches, Duvet Covers, Mugs, Travel Mugs, Photographic Prints, Art Prints, Framed Prints, Canvas Prints, Metal Prints, Greeting Cards, Leggings, Scarves, Pencil Skirts, Drawstring Bags, iPad Cases & Skins, Laptop Skins & Sleeves, T-Shirts, Hoodies, Kids'/Baby's Clothes in assorted sizes, styles, and colors at RedBubble.com! Click on the image to buy those products with this illustration on it.
    Pencil, Ink, Prismacolor Color Pencil, and Photoshop Enhancements
    ©Kevenn T. Smith 2015