looks interesting ...surely would like to see the finished piece.
Is he really Insane? I dont follow Hawkman. If so, he just became more appealing.
Goran: Thanks! Haven't decided if I'm going to finish this... I might just start a new one.Dan: Well, he's had so many different origins, it's really confusing... in some he's the reincarnation of an ancient Egyptian prince, in some he's an alien from Thanagar... personally, I like him as a guy who believes himself to be a reincarnated Egyptian prince but can't prove it. Remember that episode of JLU he was in where he was Hawkgirl's psycho stalker? Yeah, that was awesome.Anyway, crazy or not, I think he has one of the best costumes out of all male heroes.
Give him a huge beak.
Is that some sort of English euphemism?
No, that would be "nob".
Even as a child, I could not wrap my head around a reincarnated Egyptian prince/alien warrior who flies around half-naked and hits ghosts with his mace.And why does he have wings on his head, too? At ACAD, we'd call that 'gilding the lily.'
Haha, that's fair, Kelly... he is pretty bizarre. But when it comes to superfluous headwings I'll take Hawkman's over Captain America's.
They 'cleared up' his origin a couple of years back, to amalgamate his Golden Age and Silver Age origins. He is Carter Hall, the re-incarnation of Prince Khufu, who was himself an alien of Thanagar. Yeah, no one said comic books had to make sense. His characterization nowadays is like Clint Eastwood with wings and super-tough skin. He's the right-wing (pun intended) faction of the JLA and JSA.
Great stuff! I just found your blog through you comment on Dan's site. Rock on!Don
Hi Fiona,I just stumbled across your blog and wanted to say hi, awesome artwork, gnarly blog... and great to stumble upon a fellow Canadian comic nerd out in the blogiverse!I'm just at work right now but I'll definitely be checking out your blog in greater detail from home. I notice you've got plenty of interesting links to other artists and forums as well so looking very forward to exploring those.Feel free to check out my own blog, The Mental Kavity, and lemme know what you think of my artwork.Peace.
Lovely stuff.I love your work, Fiona. Breath of fresh air.
AWESOME. Damn you're talented...
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