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    Monday
    Dec142009

    A Boy And His Dog: Superboy & Krypto the Superdog

    This is a commission piece that I did of Superboy, Conner (Kon-El) Kent, and Krypto the Superdog.  Superboy is a clone using DNA of both Superman and Lex Luthor.  The current DC Comics stories have Conner living with Martha Kent on the Kent Farm and going to school in Smallville, much like Clark Kent did when he was growing up.

    For me, this piece was also an opportunity to go back to the rural small towns and farm areas that were nearby where I went to college.  I had the opportunity to go back there earlier this year for a wedding, and I think it really helped me in depicting the small town/rural setting.

    This illustration is available as prints. Please use the "Contact Me" form at the top-left of this page to request one and inquire further about pricing and sizes.

    Superboy & Krypto by Kevenn T. Smith ©Kevenn T. Smith 2009

    Superboy & Krypto Zoom-In by Kevenn T. Smith ©Kevenn T. Smith 2009

    8" x 10.5" on Bristol Board
    Prismacolor Color Pencils

    Superboy & Krypto © DC Comics 2011

    Sunday
    Jul062008

    DC Comics Heroines 2007

    I thought the best way to get the ball rolling here on my portfolio was to write about one of my favorite pieces I did.

    The goal of this piece was to portray my favorite versions of my favorite DC Comics Heroines, including the costume details and artist depictions of them. I also wanted to try to depict as many characters as I could in a way that was iconic to the character; to try to communicate something about who that character was.

    Some of the artist whose styles I worked to emulate for these characters were: Terry Dodson, Amanda Conner, Nicola Scott, Adam Hughes, Ed Benes, Joe Bennet, Joe Staton, Dale Eaglesham, Brian Bolland, Tony Daniel, Pete Woods, Mike McKone, Michael Turner, Jamal Igle, George Perez, Kevin Maguire, Chris Batista, Phil Jimenez, J.G. Jones, Al Barrionuevo, Daniel Acuna, Matthew Clark, Todd Nauck, Tom Grummet, Bill Willingham, Adriana Melo, and Jesus Saiz.

    What follows is a numbered version of the piece, and below that is the key to the names of the numbered characters:

     DC Heroines 2007 By Kevenn T. Smith ©Kevenn T. Smith 2009

     

    01. Jade; 02. Raven; 03. Isis; 04. Supergirl (Kara Zor-El);
     05. Supergirl (Linda Danvers); 06. Aquagirl; 07. Ravager;
     08. Batgirl (Barbara Gordon); 09. Speedy; 10. Misfit; 11. Black Canary;
     12. Oracle; 13. Huntress; 14. Big Barda; 15. Lady Blackhawk; 16. Thorn;
     17. Manhunter; 18. Gypsy; 19. The Question (Renee Montoya);
     20. Batwoman; 21. Batgirl (Cassandra Caine); 22. Queen Hippolyta;
     23. Flamebird; 24. Starfire; 25. Power Girl; 26. Sasha Bourdeaux;
     27. Catwoman (Holly Robinson); 28. Catwoman (Selina Kyle); 29. Spoiler;
     30. Bumblebee; 31. Ice; 32. Miss Martian; 33. Wonder Girl;
     34. Earth-2 Wonder Woman; 35. Wonder Woman; 36. Miss America;
     37. Donna Troy; 38. Fury I; 39. Artemis; 40. Vixen; 41. Firehawk;
     42. Hawkgirl; 43. Cyclone; 44. Stargirl; 45. Liberty Belle;
     46. Earth-2 Huntress (Helena Wayne); 47. Phantom Lady; 48. Red Bee;
     49. Empress; 50. Dr. Light II; 51. Skyrocket; 52. Mera; 53. Katana;
     54. Mary Marvel; 55. Crimson Fox; 56. Nightshade; 57. Thunder;
     58. Fire; 59. Natasha Irons; 60. Madame Xanadu; 61. Zatanna;
     62. Enchantress; 63. Grace

     ©DC Comics 2011

    DC Heroines 2007 ©Kevenn T. Smith 2011
    16" x 20"
    Pencil, Ink, Prismacolor Pencil, Tempera, Photoshop

     This illustration is available as prints. Please use the "Contact Me" form at the top-left of this page to request one and inquire further about pricing and sizes.