Sure the movie may have already died at the box office, but that doesn’t mean we can’t appreciate art based on the “best selling graphic novel of all time”.

Take the jump for the full on image of Silk Spectre done by Olga Ulanova.

This Silk Spectre was my experimentation piece. I got a little carried away with the hair… but I got to draw spandex for the first time, wheee! Wish I could’ve laid in some shadows on her face, but I’m still terrified to “ink” faces.


via Deviant Art


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  1. I keep seeing “graphic novel” of all time. It was a collected series… doesn’t really qualify as a graphic novel does it.

  2. To OS Perry: A lot of Charles Dickens’ works were serialized before they were collected. That doesn’t make them any less a novel.

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