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Zoom Redrew a panel for a Leopard Pagemmmm ink…

Redrew a panel for a Leopard Page
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09.01.14 11
Zoom Queen Margot fan art or Isabelle Adjani supercrush

Queen Margot fan art or Isabelle Adjani supercrush

08.30.14 41
Zoom Leopard Color Super DetailSo nice to get back to something I can color and be like “and the water will be green in this panel, and red in the next”Also this shot is a quote from my favorite Tarkovsky movie.  In case you’re wondering if it looks familiar.  The words are a quote from my brain.

Leopard Color Super Detail

So nice to get back to something I can color and be like “and the water will be green in this panel, and red in the next”

Also this shot is a quote from my favorite Tarkovsky movie.  In case you’re wondering if it looks familiar.  The words are a quote from my brain.

08.29.14 17
Zoom Detail from The Leopard.  This is Marla.  Matriarch of a particular vicious band of rich people.

Detail from The Leopard.  This is Marla.  Matriarch of a particular vicious band of rich people.

08.15.14 13
Zoom Wake up.

Wake up.

08.13.14 167

hellomuller:

The Image Comics solicitations for October 2014 are live, which includes ZERO #11 with Ricardo Lopez Ortiz handling the art, and a variant cover by Sarah Horrocks. The colour scheme is a call-back to issue 2. 

ZERO #11
story: ALES KOT
art: RICARDO LOPEZ ORTIZ & JORDIE BELLAIRE
cover A: RICARDO LOPEZ ORTIZ & TOM MULLER
cover B: SARAH HORROCKS & TOM MULLER

OCTOBER 22 / 32 PAGES / FC / M / $2.99

Iceland, one year later. Zero’s past comes knocking.

Those eyeballs were the bane of my existence for a minute.

08.10.14 59
Zoom Leopard intro page detail w/ color(duh?)The Leopard is my love letter to Giallo films.  Principally Bava, but I’m sure there will be lots of Argento and Fulci references too.  I took the title from the Val Lewton’s “The Leopard Man”.This is my main comic project for the next year.  As I’ve said before, I’m planning to serialize the chapters digitally and include essays on various related topics as added features with those chapters.  The final goal though is printed album thing through an as yet unlooked for publisher.Also I’m dead certain those are the sounds leopard’s make.  You can’t tell me nothing.

Leopard intro page detail w/ color(duh?)

The Leopard is my love letter to Giallo films.  Principally Bava, but I’m sure there will be lots of Argento and Fulci references too.  I took the title from the Val Lewton’s “The Leopard Man”.

This is my main comic project for the next year.  As I’ve said before, I’m planning to serialize the chapters digitally and include essays on various related topics as added features with those chapters.  The final goal though is printed album thing through an as yet unlooked for publisher.

Also I’m dead certain those are the sounds leopard’s make.  You can’t tell me nothing.

08.09.14 23
Zoom Red, White and Blue fan art

Red, White and Blue fan art

08.03.14 18
Zoom Stretch from Texas Chainsaw Massacre 2I was thinking while reading Carol Clover’s book, Men, Women, and Chainsaws how much of a badass the final girl is in a slasher flick.  And how she is probably does more against greater odds than any significant superhero male or female.  I mean when Wonder Woman fights I dunno, Cheetah or whatever, that’s largely an arms race of powers up against each other, and mortality is rarely on the table.  But the final girl is usually up against a force that is much stronger than her, and beyond that is terrified out of her mind because she’s seen all of her friends, family, and generally all structures that you would point to as possible points of safety—even her home itself, completely get torn apart by this unstoppable force, that seems impervious to anything.  But still you get things like Laurie Strode in Halloween trapped in a closet that her killer is quickly tearing through, fashioning a weapon out of a clothes hanger to jab in his eyes.  What’s cool about the final girl is that she(and it’s almost always she) takes all of the shit that can possibly be thrown at a human being, endures it all, and then overcomes it at the end and is the force for ejecting the slasher from the narrative.  It’s pretty amazing.The other cool thing with slasher flicks is that they prove that men will watch and identify with a movie where a woman is the hero.  Which is apparently an impossible idea for the folks over in superhero movies.

Stretch from Texas Chainsaw Massacre 2

I was thinking while reading Carol Clover’s book, Men, Women, and Chainsaws how much of a badass the final girl is in a slasher flick.  And how she is probably does more against greater odds than any significant superhero male or female.  I mean when Wonder Woman fights I dunno, Cheetah or whatever, that’s largely an arms race of powers up against each other, and mortality is rarely on the table.  But the final girl is usually up against a force that is much stronger than her, and beyond that is terrified out of her mind because she’s seen all of her friends, family, and generally all structures that you would point to as possible points of safety—even her home itself, completely get torn apart by this unstoppable force, that seems impervious to anything.  But still you get things like Laurie Strode in Halloween trapped in a closet that her killer is quickly tearing through, fashioning a weapon out of a clothes hanger to jab in his eyes.  What’s cool about the final girl is that she(and it’s almost always she) takes all of the shit that can possibly be thrown at a human being, endures it all, and then overcomes it at the end and is the force for ejecting the slasher from the narrative.  It’s pretty amazing.

The other cool thing with slasher flicks is that they prove that men will watch and identify with a movie where a woman is the hero.  Which is apparently an impossible idea for the folks over in superhero movies.

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Zoom Hunger Fan ArtMy friend Morgan Jeske also had a bunch of cool Hunger Fan Art up this week:HereHereHere

Hunger Fan Art

My friend Morgan Jeske also had a bunch of cool Hunger Fan Art up this week:
Here
Here
Here

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