This week's pick:


Sunday, April 4, 2010

BELIT by Urbanbarbarian


Since Belit was my choice for the week, I'm glad I snuck in my illustration before Monday! Obviously I modeled my version after the great John Buscema's design. Hard to improve on a master like him! Thanks to all the Twartists for contributing! Even my motorcycle had a personalized Belit license plate, so I really got a kick out of seeing everyone's artistry! A better week I could not ask for!

11 comments:

Declan Shalvey said...

That is bloody fantastic Dan. I love it all; the pose, the font, the background, the composition and the colours especially.

I am tipping my hat to you, sir.

Ron Salas said...

This is sweet. I know you would knock it out of the park given your barbarian and pirate experience. :)

I love the colour pallette but I especially like her face.

Beautiful pic.

ANDY KUHN said...

badass, dan! love it! :)

Lee Cherolis said...

VERY cool. Especially, digging the colors.

A Belit license plate sounds awesome, what did you ride?
If I wanted my bike customized with comic characters, I'd have to do it myself. I doubt that kind of vanity plate is available down at my local BMV.

Mr. Hawthorne said...

Stunning!

Mike

Urban Barbarian said...

Thanks guys!

LEE: I had [ sob* ] a Harley customized black Road King. It was trimmed down to look like an enormous Fat Boy. The bike was a beast! I sold it a few years back when I got married. I really regret selling it now but I'm probably lucky that I was never seriously injured. Still....

Francesco Francavilla said...

Superb conclusion to the BELIT week, Dan: she is HOT and that saying a lot being, you know, a drawn image :)
Love her.. err. love it! :)

Cheers,
Francesco

Craig Zablo said...

Excellent choice for the week and excellent piece as well.

Mark said...

Great as always man! Can't wait to see more!

Urban Barbarian said...

Thanks Craig and Mark! Each week these guys kill it! This Hawkman Week is gonna be pretty epic, I imagine!

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