This week's WWoW comes from one of my absolute favorite artists, Liana Hee. I believe I have described her in the past as supremely talented, and I stand by that statement.
She is currently a designer for Nickelodeon Animation Studio! She was also recently featured at the Disney WonderGround Gallery as the Artist in Residence doing live paintings for what I must assume was an adoring audience. Because I have commissioned her twice in the past, I was looking forward to a second in my Wonder Woman series. Thankfully, she was on board; and I now have a Can-Can Wonder Woman to accompany my Flapper Wonder Woman from 2013.
(Also, it was fitting, since our group caught a show at the Can-Can Cabaret at Pike's Place Market in Seattle. I highly recommend that any trip to Seattle should include a show there.)
As always, the amount of detail in Liana's work is amazing and her work has so much life and energy.
|No one make any sudden noises ...|
here. And check out her blog and (for you superfans) her 365 day photo project.
If you're a fan of Transformers, you'll love Livio Ramondelli. If you're a fan of Star Wars, you'll love Livio Ramondelli. If you're a fan of laser guns, explosions and probably robots, you'll love IDW artist Livio Ramondelli.
|Almost makes you wanna root for the villain!|
here. And have a look at Livio's homepage and deviantart page.
Ani-Mia was one of the first well-known cosplayers we featured on the blog. (here) She makes made it quite easy, actually. She is genuinely funny and approachable and there's a cheeky, very unapologetic sexiness to her cosplay.
|I hate lanyards!|
|Really hate lanyards.|
Awesomecon next, (mark your calendars!) right in my own backyard. Woohoo! No jet lag necessary. Check her tumblr for more of her thoughts and deviantart for more images.
Aaaand gratuitous Princess Leia in ...
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