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ECCC Tag Team Sketch Cover Comm #2 by gb2k ECCC Tag Team Sketch Cover Comm #2 by gb2k
Lady Deadpool and Lady Sif

:iconscottblairart: and I took on six tag team sketch cover commissions for Emerald City ComiCon 2013!
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:iconshulkie:
Beautiful collaboration these Ladies (no pun intended). Love the poses and detailing to each character's uniqueness. Nice job on the realism to each in their body and face work. Would make an awesome comic for sure:love:
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DaimyoShi Apr 6, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
Very nice.
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Lpsalsaman Mar 24, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
Oh yeah! Nice combo!
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Lpsalsaman Mar 5, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
Excellent!
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Woohoo! Sif butt!! :dance:
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:iconmigael-morningstar:
Sif as in Norse goddess famous for her golden blonde hair, Sif? I know you didn't decide for her to be raven-haired, it just bugs me how inaccurate Marvel is with the Norse pantheon. Demonology rant aside, your drawing looks great as usual.
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SRSobotka Mar 5, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
There were actually two stories Marvel did that featured the Golden Locks tale of Norse mythos: One was pretty close, but the fact the dwarf smiths wove Sif's new hair out of "midnight", thus giving her her current raven locks. The other was another "goddess" of Asgard, whom Loki cut off her hair due to his jealousy over the attention paid to her, and Thor gave up his own gold belt (a gift from Odin) so the smiths could weave new hair for this goddess.


-- Stephen
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:iconmigael-morningstar:
I understand the mythology only gives them a limited amount of stories to work off of, and at some point they'd need to create new ones based off of it; the problem I have (especially as a Christopagan who believes in the actual Norse pantheon)is that they took so much liberty when they could've created new stories while at least staying true to the real descriptions, abilities and relationships of the actual gods.
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