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  • "Teela and Cringer" by artist Deon de Lange

    Check out this amazing artwork of Teela and Cringer by comic artist and illustrator Deon de Lange.

    I created this artwork of Teela sitting on Cringer as the cover art for my 2015 convention sketchbook. I've recently been doing ACEO MOTU art cards in colour with acrylic ink and selling them on Etsy. These have really inspired me to step away form digital art more and more. All of these cards are featured in my sketchbook, so I thought Teela and Cringer would make a great cover for the theme. Of course I've been a MOTU fan since childhood and all my MOTU illustrations are inspired more by my Mattel figures than any other versions of the characters. I love doing two characters that interact in a way that shows a different side to them from what is normally seen. This image shows Teela and Cringer's more playful side and is intended to appeal to male and female fans of the characters. The illustration was drawing and designed directly onto bristol board with pencil, then inked with waterproof Micron pens, and finally colored with FW acrylic inks. The final piece is 9"x12" and will be for sale on my Etsy shop along with my other MOTU fan art.
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    You can visit Deon de Lange's Etsy shop at www.etsy.com/shop/DeonDeLangeArt
    Check out more fantastic art work by Deon at www.deondelange.com
    "We must always value life. Even the life of one who opposes us." ― He-Man

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    Simply beautiful and shall I dare to say also "heartwarming"... Women on Eternia must be jealous of Teela's long neck!

    It certainly reminds me of some the MOTU art I used to do eons ago after school by enlarging some of the mini-comics' panels or covers. I was a big fan of the acrylic, gouache and pencil coloring.

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    • #3
      A great art, indeed!

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      • #4
        I love the expression on her face. Great picture!
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        • #5
          Fantastic work!
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