Here we are, back again with the story that started the Superwomen of Eva series, Emerald Fury. And as I look back, I wish that I had had the tools and experience that I have now back then. But at least I can claim to have learned a few things along the bumpy road to where we are now.
As you can see, just about everything in this cover is new. The only things I reused from the original comic cover is the city element and the question mark blurb, which I'm still pleased with, and even the city has been polished up somewhat. And I'm very proud, not only of the postures of the characters and the way they came out, but also in the way they come together. It's very easy to see that they're all looking at She-Hulk Misato here. And I believe their expressions are all much better and in keeping with the characters. I heavily referenced the original production art from NGE to make sure I got them all right.
Thank goodness for DAZ Studio and Paint Tool Sai. These, along with Photoshop Elements 7, are the tools that helped make this piece what it is. And I get the feeling that DAZ and Sai are going to help me go a long ways in making my works the best it can be.
And, as is usual with this kind of cover, a mature version can be found here: [link]
She-Hulk (c) Marvel, Evangelion (c) GAINAX