"Coffin Comics announced today a brand new Lady Death cover project, entitled Zodiac. Twelve new, original Lady Death covers will roll out over the course of 2013. Each cover represents a sign on the Zodiac, starting with Aquarius for the month of January. All covers are illustrated by the immensely talented Nei Ruffino (DC, Zenescope, Big Dog Ink).
Three Aquarius Lady Death editions will premiere at the 2013 Albuquerque Comic Con, taking place January 12-13, 2013 at the Hard Rock Hotel and Casino in Albuquerque, New Mexico"
He comes in sometimes to get his prints made there in the copy center (ImPress). Usually 11x17 on gloss paper.
He's really nice, I asked him some stuff like how long it takes to make a comic and he said good comic artists will put out a comic a month so that's a page a day. And then I asked him if there were any animated movies about Lady Death and he told me about this anime-like one that I ended up downloading to watch with my bf. I mentioned to him how his artwork of her reminds me of Heavy Metal and he laughed and said there are some elements of that art style mixed in with his own. Was very interesting to talk art and comics with him. Oh and I asked him if he had a deviantART account and he said no.
you mean me doing art nouveau style? well, i am not looking and imitating any specific piece, but most of ALL, as mentioned in that entire discussion...you do what the client wants if you ever expect to get anywhere professionally, and this is exactly what was requested of me.
its Aquarius lady death (WATER!), pisces has fish. look it up and maybe open your mind a little. the eel isnt her "minion" you're drawing that simularity based on what you think you're seeing. assuming.
You don't have to be so defensive if you are so sure of yourself silly. I don't know what came first, and I assumed you weren't the original creator of lady death. Perhaps the creator was inspired by The Little Mermaid of vice versa.