Look what I found the other day!!
Unused TMNT character design by Peter Laird
Erik Larsen’s TMNT Part 1
Part one of my promised Better Know Your Ship on Dick and Starfire is taking longer than expected, but I already had this in the chamber so here.
This is a short TMNT story from Erik Larsen’s The Savage Dragon, published by Image comics. I really love Erik Larsen’s take on the turtles for a number of reasons, not the least of which is his insistence on doing all-red bandannas like the original Eastman and Laird Mirage Studios days. I remember being so impressed by his art as a kid that I bought the first issue of the Image comics published TMNT ongoing that started about the mid-90’s. Turned out he only did the cover, and the interiors done by Frank Fosco were hard to look at, which, coupled with a wildly over the top and not particularly kid friendly plot, made it completely unreadable for me at the time. I remember voicing my displeasure to the comics shop clerk, who I swear could have permanently cosplaying comic book guy from the Simpsons before anyone was even calling that character comic book guy, and being mightily rebuffed for ignoring his warnings in the first place. Incidentally this childhood comic book store was called Comicology, and would later become the site of Jay and Silent Bob’s Secret Stash in Red Bank, New Jersey, down the street from a dilapidated old mall where I took Tae Kwon Do as a kid.
Uh, right. As much as I’m sure everyone enjoyed that trip down memory lane, this is only the first half of this TMNT story. Will follow up shortly with part 2 and some actual discussion of the story.
My TMNT Drawing.
Well Leo is done, Extra service for Noodle *wink*
when a really cute guy says teenage turtles is stupid
I actually draw the lines last Saturday during the livestream but I eventually got tired and abandoned it in the middle. After that, I drew the secret comic so I colored it today. It’s between a colored and a painted version actually. I kept the lineart but it’s blurred and its opacity is very low.
First time I drew Leatherhead. I still have no idea what an actual alligator looks like =/ And I seriously need to work on more characters of the TMNT universe.
How much is the TMNT Sewer Lair Worth in real life by Movoto
The #knitting #club at #school has turned all of the columns outside into the teenage mutant ninja turtles #tmnt
Hey, I thought you might like to check out my TMNT shirts on TheYetee.com. All four ninjas will be available Wednesday only. I hope you like them. -Caddywompus
I am so far behind on things—I’m sorry for not sharing this sooner!
The designs came out very well.