Picture Pthursday: Hydrokinetics and Thermokinetics Galore!

Howdy, Ascension Epoch fans. Presto here. My artist-sense was tingling, and I sensed that you needed more Corona and Cascade in your life. How could I deny you fine folks that?

First up is a bit of ballpoint pen on Post-It note art. This is one of my favorite formats, and Corona needed an update, since previously only her alter ego had received the 3×3 treatment.

Corona, aka Eva Garver, getting ready to fire, literally

Corona, aka Eva Garver, getting ready to fire, literally

Next up is another Corona, this time unmasked. I’m in the process of starting a youtube channel for my drawings, and it seems like Copic marker coloring process videos are popular, so I recorded myself doing this one. When I launch my channel, I’ll be sure to let you folks know. More importantly, I created this background separately, so we’ll have a series of similar East End Irregulars drawings in the future.

Eva Garver, aka Corona of the East End Irregulars

Eva Garver, aka Corona of the East End Irregulars

And of course, there’s Cascade. A background is forthcoming for this one, but I like how the inks look, too. Hopefully, so do you. Speaking of the lovely ladies gracing the pages of East End Irregulars, who is your favorite so far?

Cascade stirring up trouble at a creek in Pittsburgh.

Cascade stirring up trouble at a creek in Pittsburgh.

Just to make things even, let’s toss in one more hydrokinetic drawing. This time of Hydroman! In a previous post, we mentioned that he’ll be appearing in an upcoming Challenger Confidential book. He’ll look a bit older in that story, and will be teaming up with Amp and Ephemera. It’ll be good times.

Illustration by Shell Presto DiBaggio of the superhero Hydroman, who was originally created by Bill Everett. This (very slightly tweaked) version of the hero is how he appears in the Ascension Epoch during the 60s and 70s. Hydroman (the character, not this drawing) is in the public domain.

Illustration by Shell Presto DiBaggio of the superhero Hydroman, who was originally created by Bill Everett. This (very slightly tweaked) version of the hero is how he appears in the Ascension Epoch during the 60s and 70s. Hydroman (the character, not this drawing) is in the public domain.

So that’s all the art for this post. In the meantime, keep readin’, and we’ll keep working on more stories and art.

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