With the recent news of Disney Plus bring back the 90s X-Men show, I thought it would be fun to work on the rest of my 90s X-Men Fan Art. So here is Jean Grey.
When I was a kid, X-Men was my favorite tv show. I’d wake up early every Saturday morning to record every episode on VHS tapes. When I got older, I had those VHS tapes converted to DVDs. They even have the original commercials. lol
This show awakened my love for comic books and even my desire to become an artist. So I’m excited that Disney will be bringing this group of X-Men for a whole new generation to meet.
This Last Fan Art Animal Alphabet Characters are: U for Uncle Scrooge, V for the Velveteen Rabbit, W for Wile E. Coyote, X for Xerneas (Pokemon), Y for Yogi Bear (additional Boo Boo), and Z for Zell (Animal Crossing).
This next Animal Alphabets Fan Art characters are:K for Kermit the Frog, L for Lion from “Steven Universe”, M for Mojo Jojo from “Power Puff Girls”, N for Nutsy from Disney’s “Robin Hood”, and O for Ozzie from “Over the Hedge”.
I decided to join in this round of Animal Alphabets, because the theme was Mythical Creatures. I knew it would lend to some interesting designs. So here are the first 9: Alphyn, Basilisk, Centaur, Dragon, Erymanthian Boar, Faun, Griffin, Hippocampus, and Imp.
This weeks illustration was based off Richard Peck’s book “This Ghost Belonged to Me”. It was also made into a movie by Disney in the 70’s called, “Child of Glass”. In this story moment, the boy named Alexander is talking to the Creole ghost girl Inez. She’s telling him that he must solve the riddle about the Child of Glass before Halloween. If he doesn’t she’ll be cursed to haunt him for the rest of his life.
Here are the two limited edition prints I did for the Spirit of the Wind 2015 Art Show. The show is hosted by 3tArts (www.3tarts.us), opening is on Aug.8th – Aug.30th at the Rothick art haus in Anaheim, California. So if your in the area, please go take a peek, and buy one of my illustrations!
Here is my version of the memorable “Who Framed Roger Rabbit” character Jessica Rabbit.
My first Sketch Dailies entry. Looking forward to this movie!