(the best thing about using Wolverine for this? Other than the FABULOUS HAIR of course. If he accidentally breaks his spine while twisting, or chops off his junk while striking a pose with the claws extended, he’s got a HEALING FACTOR. /logic)
Awesome! And yeah, his healing factor would fix him right up. Unless he spent too long like that, would it just heal him in that position and he’d be stuck like this forever? At least he’s lucky that with Psylocke around, he could ask her for tips on how to move around when you’re stuck in screwed up positions.
I’m not a professional artist - in fact, I’m still learning. I know the drawing isn’t as “dynamic” but… at least she looks more, um, real? Less broken? Those feet just look painful, she has no spine, breasts doesn’t work that way, the pose tells me nothing, and I hate when they make their panties so high up it looks like it hurts. So I changed these things.
When I draw, I think more about personality, story, characteristics…
Should I make more, you think?
hedgaroo said: Yes but it isn’t quite a redline if you don’t keep the pose
True! I should just call it a fix, not redline. But… in a way I did keep the pose, I just made it more possible.
It’s true that your pose isn’t quite the same as what he was doing, but I think it’s a pretty cool pose, and a good example if you want to show what a woman looks like from behind.
See, that looks pretty cool. (That’s one of my favorite images for how men pose when their butt is facing us, especially since this is what a woman looks like with her back facing us from the same artist)
Nothing wrong with your heroine copying Wolvie. :)