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LOIS LANE - vintage vers. by J-Estacado LOIS LANE - vintage vers. by J-Estacado

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I haven't that much things to submit, so here is a litlle something I edited for the fun !
technical part description is on the original pic's description !
here I just addes color on photoshop :=)


face's model is Erica Durance, obviously !

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other Lois ?

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Original pic:
-Markers, pencils, inks, watercolors; airbrush. on A3 bristol paper
-This edit
-Colors and old textures done on photoshop



Lois lane is © Dc comics.
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bggb29 Featured By Owner Feb 10, 2014
Sweet
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ragdollfun Featured By Owner Dec 24, 2013
:drool:
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batman900 Featured By Owner Apr 6, 2013
Stunning
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SmallvilleFan-Clois Featured By Owner Jan 30, 2013
This is Fantastic! :D
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oO-Monkey-Oo Featured By Owner Jan 23, 2013  Hobbyist
Absolutely gorgeous :)
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orabich Featured By Owner Jan 8, 2013  Professional Digital Artist
great work!

:gallery: [link]
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daChaosKitty Featured By Owner Jan 5, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
Certainly not a fan of the break-up, but I love this. Wonder when DC will get their heads out of their clueless fanboy butts and put those two back together.
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ComicBookArtFiend Featured By Owner Jan 5, 2013
Wonder if Jeb Friedman, the guy Louise Simonson tried to set up as Lois' true love in the mid-'90s (and might as well have been, given how Lois was so emotionally abusive to Superman during their marriage), is seeing this? Seems to me this is the kind of thing that would send him running.
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diarslade Featured By Owner Jan 15, 2013  Hobbyist Writer
She was never emotionally abusive during their marriage. Standing up for herself and not letting Clark get a free pass to be neglectful, detached, or sometimes a superdick just because he is Superman doesn't make her abusive. Jeb was also a tool that just couldn't wait to get into her panties when Clark died at the hands of Doomsday. That whole thing was all just politics to stall the marriage between the two of them to give time to the show anyway.
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ComicBookArtFiend Featured By Owner Jan 16, 2013
"She was never emotionally abusive during their marriage."

Yes, she was.

Lashing out at Clark for doing his job is abusive.

Falsely accusing Clark of cheating on her because a complete stranger claims to be his daughter with no evidence thereof is abusive.

Leaving Clark under the pretense of taking a vacation with her mother and then leaving him Dear John messages and writing journal entries about how much she hates him is abusive.

Lois did ALL of those things and more. Further, even DC writers had grave objections to her behavior (Gail Simone immediately comes to mind, calling Lois as "a whiny, witchy woman" with "petulant sniping"). How is any of that excusable?

"Standing up for herself and not letting Clark get a free pass to be neglectful, detached, or sometimes a superdick just because he is Superman doesn't make her abusive."

What did Superman do that was "neglectful, detached, or sometimes being a superdick"? Being Superman at all? Because that's literally the only thing he did. And I've never seen a character try to make amends for being called away on duty only to have it blow up in his face the way Superman did. When your wife stands you up to "teach you a lesson" (Lois' exact words)," you're on the losing end.

And if the mere act of being Superman makes Clark "ngelectful and detached," what's he supposed to do, stop being Superman?

"Jeb was also a tool that just couldn't wait to get into her panties when Clark died at the hands of Doomsday."

Didn't stop DC from implying with all the subtlety of a boulder to the head that Lois and Jeb were hooking up post-death. Ron Frenz, one of the artists on the books at the time, admitted at the 2009 Motor City Comic Con that Lois was "emotionally cheating at least" with Jeb (and again, he was one of the creators who objected to it and got sandbagged). Given that he was working on the books at the time, he would know what was going on.

"That whole thing was all just politics to stall the marriage between the two of them to give time to the show anyway."

1. According to Joey Cavaleri and even Paul Levitz, the creative team had changed their minds about marrying them off and, had they to do it over again, would never have married them. They wanted out. Later creators were equally anti-marriage as well, hence Lois' abusive behavior and the Superman 2000 pitch that wiped the marriage out. It was a stalling tactic so much as trying to back out of it.

2. Even if we grant that DC was just stalling, was having Lois get with another guy really the answer? Did we really need to go to that level of sleaze? Because all it did was make Superman a victim and Lois and Jeb out to be jerks. Nobody was done any favors.
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