23 March 2008

Timm's Sorceress...

It is incredibly hard not to love what Bruce Timm brought to the Masters of the Universe minicomics. In this wonderful illustration from the classic minicomic "The Search for Keldor" we see his unique way of drawing females that would be a trait in his later work on the Batman cartoon.


(click on the image to see it at full-size)

4 comments:

Kevin Martinell said...

Well done! This style reminds me of the "before and after" type of illustrating that was also used in the "Skeletor is He-Man?!" post from March 2007 ... Nice to see the transition illustrated right before our eyes! :)

Thanks for reading! God Bless...

~KevyGuy :)
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Brett said...

This image has been everything from a favorite, to the wallpaper on my computer, to my screensaver, to the wallpaper on my mobile phone, LOL! I adore Bruce Timm's work--interestingly, my first conscious exposure to him was with "Batman: TAS."I loved the artwork therein, and it was many years later before I realized he had also drawn those issues of the comics.

Tyler Baker said...

This is definitely one of the best drawings of the sorceress period! I wish Bruce Timm had done even more work on the line!

Daniel Quintero said...

Timm added that much to the line... It was the mini comics, and some golden books... great illustrations from a great artist!!

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