Thursday, April 2, 2009

Cordelia Commission 2 - Cheerleader Variant!



Am I betraying some pathetic clichéd male fantasy by drawing this piece?
Yes. Yes I am.
Is there anything more perfect than Charisma in a cheerleading outfit? I think not, my friends.
I still miss the high-school years of the show... GO RAZORBACKS!!

9 comments:

galvinator said...

Great piece man, I don't know this particular actress (I only, well used to until it got ridiculous, watch Smallville along the lines of these type of shows) but someone should sit her down and explain that anorexia can be overcome!

Moondog said...

Well in fairness, I do have a habit of comic-booking up the actresses figures a tad... but I stand by it goddammit.
That and this particular actress looks like she should BE a comicbook character.

Nick said...

Nice Pom-Poms.

Skytteflickan88 said...

This takes me back. I can hardly remember Cordy in High School anymore. It's so nice to see art like this.

Btw, no offense, but the likness on the nose is off.

Moondog said...

I'm not offended at all! I'm sure I'm off in lotsa places all the time to be honest, but sure once the spirit of the character is there I'm happy. Drawing girls is hard!

Moondog said...

I gave her a nose-job Skytte, any better? You were right about it being off, it was WAY off!

Skytteflickan88 said...

Yeah, it's less noticeable now.

And let's be honest, no one's going to be looking at her face anyway. *leer*

Artemis said...

@galvinator:

You don't know Charisma Carpenter, but I can tell you that there was nothing anorexic about the girl, nor about Mooney's drawing of her (which is a great likeness, btw). She had (and has) a beautiful, healthy body. Don't hate.

PS To Mooney: my favorite girl in the 'verse is Fred/Illyria. I hope you get to draw her in both incarnations (well, aside from the comics, of course, which were fabulous!).

Moondog said...

Thanks Artemis! Cool name. I appreciate the kind words. I've a couple of Fred/Illyria sketches to do for some folks so I'll defo stick em up here when they're done.