Thursday, March 29, 2007

Green Goddess

Well, I've wanted a piece by Eamon O' Donoghue (Pig Boy on the forums) for a while now. And finally, after a few speed bumps in the road, I got one. Eamon has a knack for drawing ladies so it was easy for me to choose a character for him to bring to life. Eamon wanted to give the Green Goddess a filmation feel as if she were right out of the classic toon. I think he did a great job.

Sunday, March 11, 2007

A Queen Mourns...

Today's post is the last of my most recently acquired sketches from Nate Baertsch, and quite possibly my favorite of all of his MOTU work. The somber feel is moving, and made me love this piece when I first saw it years ago. Veena mourning her lost king at his grave. Now, for a moment of silence...

Friday, March 9, 2007

Nate Baertsch He-Man Comic Cover Sketch

Not much to say about this one. Nate's prelim sketch for the comic cover he did. I love it.

Thursday, March 8, 2007

Wintery Women

Winter She-Ra and Catra! These great sketches were done by, surprise, Nate Baertsch. Yes, I'm a big fan of his work. These sketches are actually separate pieces but it's easier to post them together as one image.

Sunday, March 4, 2007

MOTU Splash!

Look at this great Masters of the Universe splash!! I'm very excited to finally have a good image of this available. The detail is amazing and every square inch of paper is filled. So many characters!

by Tim Seeley.


I've had this piece in my arsenal for a while but only got a good pic of it until now. There has been a cloud of mystery surrounding this since I received it. Here is what I've learned: The original line work was done by Brett Booth. What you see here are only inks. Not official inks, as this piece was never "officially" inked. The inker, David A. Rivera, used this as a portfolio sample. These inks are on what seems to be tracing paper. Never the less, it's MOTU art and is pretty darn cool.


This Sorceress was yet, another gift. The artist is Jason Martin. I'll dig s little and post more info soon.


This great Magneto was done by the awesome Joe Madureira! Nothing much more to say folks. Less is more with this one. I'll let the piece speak for itself.