I like this! Cool watercolor effect. I love the panel where she's catching the arrow.
Last edited by de Sosa; 06-20-2012 at 06:32 AM.
I love your painting. Random observation but that last one reminds me of a painting by William Holman Hunt called "The Scapegoat"
Currently enjoying: Batman, Batwoman, Dial H, Detective Comics, American Vampire, Saga, The Manhattan Projects, Locke and Key, Atomic Robo, East of West...
I based the beast of world peace consciously mostly on this wierd goat thing I saw at the zoo in Riga:
the hungarian legend of the czsodasarvas and unconsciously it came out alot like what Hiyao Miyazaki does I think, only not as well drawn :P
Wish I could paint like that guy above, reminds me of James Gurney
some new pages
2 new pages up
Last edited by de Sosa; 06-26-2012 at 08:02 PM.
2 new pages, lamby pie returns
Erzsebet tells the story of Erzsebet and Chaiya, two ditzy demon chicks exiled from the underground kingdom of Shoal who enjoy chasing boys, smoking eyeballs and trying to take over the world. While trying to perform their doomsday ritual however, they get the spell badly wrong and accidentally help to usher in the beginning of a new Messianic age of utopia. Don't you just hate it when that happens?
Erzsebet is fun, fast-paced and character driven. The art, by cartoonist Daniel de Sosa, is a bizarre and trippy experimental mix of psychedelic watercolours and mixed media, and unlike anything else in comics today.
Available digitally on Graphicly, soon to be available on the ibookstore and kindle fire.
33 pages, full color
here's some page samples: