I'm always getting requests and such to draw She-Hulk. This should shut you guys up for a while. XD
I thought if I'm going to draw this, I'm gonna do it right. I
wanted to have some fun with this and didn't want to do a standard
pinup or "strong" pose that I would get bored with really quick.
I will give Jennifer this: she's not your standard superheroine
so coming up with different and quirky themes isn't all that hard.
This idea popped into my head while I was driving and avoiding a
squirrel and the rest is what you see here. ^_^
She-Hulk, the little girl and the car were all drawn as separate
elements (as most evident in the pencil stage) so I could give myself
as much wiggle room as possible when playing with the final
composition. I wanted to make sure that it's evident at first
sight what's going on in the picture, so the "D'AWWW" effect can kick
in as soon as possible. :3
I've never done a full She-Hulk piece until now, so the little things
concerned me more than they usually do. First off, "Yes" I am
aware that she usually doesn't show cleavage in her uniform. But
she's got that big seam down the middle of her leotard and I'll take as
many artistic liberties as I want, dammit. XD Also, her
colors were kind of an issue for me. I didn't want her coming out
as Elphaba, or the Jolly Green Giant for that matter. So I tried
some brighter shades of green for her skin, brighter than I'm used to,
since she needed to look vibrant and alive rather than a piece of
brocolli. Her hair color also went through some changes since I
didn't want it blending in too much with her skin. I have seen
some artists color it in shades closer to black but again I thought
that would make her look too much like the Wicked Witch of the West.
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