Wonder Woman is © 1941 – 2007 DC Comics™. Created by William Moulton Marston and Elizabeth Holloway Marston.
Been really a long while since I drew Wonder Woman (try since the 6th grade)… Princess Diana. I’ve been collecting the new rebooted Wonder Woman comics (after Infinite Crisis and 52), and I’m liking where they’re taking the character lately.
Faber Castell H Pencil on A4 copy paper. Digitally inked freehand using Corel Painter X. Colored using Adobe Photoshop CS2. Trying out a more painted look in the colors rather than the usual comicbook-style coloring.
Divebomb is © Jezebel1669.
Supposedly part of my $35 quick commission. It was upgraded to a full commission piece.
Her design was based on one piece done by Reiq of the same character, but I tweaked it to add in my own flare to Divebomb.
Tiger Lily and Vengeance are © 2007 SablePhoenix. Created through the City of Heroes ™ Online Game System.
A regular commission of the characters Tiger Lily and Vengeance in a romantic pose overlooking the cityscape.
All aspects of this image was specifically requested by the commissioning party.
Sinfernal is © 2007 SunGryphon.
Commissioned piece. Pose based on a classic Bettie Page pin-up. A very interesting and a very challenging character to draw, color-wise. The chain is always a challenge to draw, and is a test to one’s patience. I feel like I’m practicing to draw Spawn and his many chains in his costume.
Kat Dion is © 2007 Farlow Studios.
This is a simple ‘thank you’ for those who have been supporting me and my work all these years on deviantART.
Thor’s Assassin is © ThorsAssassin. Invincibelle is © buckeyestar.
The image pretty much says it all.
Invincibelle is © 2006 BuckeyeStar.
This is a $35 quick commission of the character Invincibelle created by BuckeyeStar.
Rough digital inks in Painter IX and colors using Photoshop.
A commissioned piece. She wanted to have me re-imagine her online persona. I opted to use the works of George Petty as inspiration, and took the orange-y shade of his 50’s pinup and how he usually poses his models. I had so much fun drawing this character, which I hope shows.
In loving memory to Cheryl Ochinero. On the night of September 8th 2007 she lost control of her motorcycle and struck a tree. Emergency-services personnel at the scene were unable to revive her. Cheryl was 27 years of age when she died.
KC (Kristina Cassandra) © is 2003 – 2006 Farlow Studios.
This is an homage to the image I did of KC way back in 2003. Like another image I did in August of 2006, I’d like to see what improvements I’ve made over the years of being here in DA.
2006: Happy holidays to all. Thanks for the support.
I’ve been a fan of Mars Ravelo since I was a kid.
This costume design was worn by the actress Gina Pareño in the movie “Darna and the Planetman” in 1969, so one could say that this was the Silver Age Darna.
Darna is ™ and © 1950 – 2006 Mars Ravelo.
I’ve been a fan of Mars Ravelo since I was a kid. I even am friends with one of the actresses that portrayed this filipino superheroine in the movies [the best actress to portray Darna in my opinion].
The pose is based on a publicity photo of Angel Locsin wearing the Darna costume.
Charlie (Charlotte Fuentes) is © Jeremy Farlow.
Superman ™ and the Superman symbol are ™ and © DC Comics.
Always wanted to have a Superman belt buckle, so I thought I’d draw my favorite character Charlie wearing such a buckle.
Calamity is © Chong Ian Fung.
This is a drawing I made for a Malaysian indie comic book titled “The New Age Outlaws” created by Chong Ian Fung. This was a trade in return for an ad for Farlow Studios in the first issue and a signed copy of the first issue.
World of Warcraft is ™ and © Blizzard Entertainment. All Intellectual Rights Reserved.
Commissioned piece. Pose and character specified by the commissioning party. I gave her a more humanoid-looking face and body with the approval of the commissioning party. This is why I say it loosely based on the online game characters on WoW.
In 1999, I bought my first ever digital drawing tablet. It was a WACOM Graphire 1.
This image was the very first one I colored using that tablet. The line art itself is older, probably done around 1996 – 97, seeing the style I was currently experimenting with.
In July of 2006, I upgraded to the Intuos3 A5. A few weeks ago, I came across the old image again and thought “What would it look like if I had the skill and equipment that I have today?”
Digitally inked in Painter IX. Colored in Photoshop CS2 with the WACOM Intuos3 A5.
Nena D3viant is © Del Fowler.
Character designed using the City of Heroes MMO Gaming System.
Commissioned image. Pose and situation specifically requested by owner. I opted to show the initial inked version only because I kinda liked what I did with it using Painter IX and freehand inking it like it was on paper.
Ramones image is ™ and © Ramones.
Never mind that the anatomy isn’t perfect, or the coloring is simple, or that she has orange hair. This image I did just for me to have fun, to bring back the fun side of having the ability to concieve an image in your mind, and actually bring it to completion. so if you don’t like anything about it, just walk away. If you do like it as it is, then thank you for taking the time to look. I posted this image not to be nitpicked on, but to share the fun side of drawing.
Alexandra Evans is © 2003 -2006 Jeremy Farlow.
This is a poster I made to advertise my commissions. It also highlights some of the drawings I’ve already done in the past with regards to the three girls of room 408 that I’m personally proud of. Pose was inspired by an image I saw on the internet. The original drawing was meant for her to be totally nude.
This version was slightly hued red, because…well, I wanted to. The original is located at Farlow Studios.
If you want something commissioned, you may inquire by going to my site for details of price ranges.
“Art is never finished, only abandoned.” – Leonardo Da Vinci
Guardian is © Jeffrey W. Reger. Character designed using the City of Heroes MMO Gaming System.
Commissioned image. Pose specifically requested by Jeffrey Reger.
Alexandra Evans is © Jeremy Farlow.
Basically got to watch Flashdance on HBO some night, seeing Jennifer Beal wearing that famous off-shoulder sweater and red shoes. It inspired this piece of Alex wearing an off-shoulder-type shirt and pink, decorative leg-warmers.
80s music played while I worked on this piece.
Warfox is © Jeffrey W. Reger.
Character designed using the City of Villains™ Online game system.
Commissioned image from the same creator of Britannia.
I have alot of CoH and CoV characters on my list right now, and I like doing these type of characters because it gives me a chance to go back to a genre that I love; superheroes.
Charlie is © 2004 -2006 Farlow Studios.
Among the three girls in room 408, Charlie has got to be the most popular one to date.
So here she is again, showing off that back side she’s most proud of. She proves that dancing does a body good. Her tattoo was hidden for so long, so I felt its time to show it off.
Alexandra Evans is © Jeremy Farlow.
Exclusive image that was made for my online portfolio.
Charlie is © Jeremy Farlow.
An old commissioned image by my friend Daniel of my character Charlie in the buff.
Joey is © 2003 – 2006 Jeremy Farlow.
Pose and proportion based off on an image of Erica Campbell.
Valentine’s is just around the corner. I’m creating monthly calendars for the whole year of 2006, and February features Joey, a character I’ve created for the comic book “Girls of Room 408”.
An image from Met-Art.com was used as a base template for the poses. Other than that, it is still a favorite of mine from all the images I’ve done over the years.
Korené is © Daniel Summers.
From the fiction The Shadows Inside created by Daniel Summers.
Among his created characters that I’ve had the privilege to draw, Korene is undoubtedly my favorite, because simply of her warrior spirit. I took inspiration on her design from the samurai and the kuniochis (female ninjas).
Jenn-X is © 2005 Jeremy Farlow. All Intellectual Rights Reserved.
Jenn-X is a play on [obviously] Gen-X or Generation X. Inside the mind of Jenn-X was a concept I had for a graphic novel of a girl who believes she is the sole survivor of a post-apocalyptic Earth, but in reality its just in her mind and she is actually in a mental facility getting treatment for her illness.
Or is it?