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*Color Practice*--Tina, Transformed by Any-Other *Color Practice*--Tina, Transformed by Any-Other
Figure I could always use the practice. Tried doing some rough overlay coloring, just to get a better handle on lighting and coloring effects. Let me know if it worked.

And now I'm getting back to the requests, honest.

Here's the description from the b & w version, just to be safe--


So here's my thought process on this design--Tina in the movie is basically held hostage as a gangster's moll the entire film. If she grabbed the mask at the climax (as she should have) she probably would transform into someone who could take care of herself, a real ass-kicker. I made her bald to reflect her attraction to Ipkiss' version of The Mask, and changed her face slightly to incorporate the (wooden) mask's features--the studded nose guard and the slightly arched eyebrows. Oh, and the striped bits--her choker and undies--are supposed to be the same as her black and white, puberty-inducing dress from the movie (so nice they showed it twice)

Also, she was originally strangling Dorian offscreen (hence why her one arm is out like that), but his hands looked too out of place and it was probably best to keep it simple.

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HuntraG94 Featured By Owner Aug 27, 2014
pretty bad ass what if pic dude^_^
Any-Other Featured By Owner Aug 31, 2014  Hobbyist Digital Artist
HuntraG94 Featured By Owner Aug 31, 2014
you're welcome^_^
WhyMe777x Featured By Owner May 2, 2014  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Regarding Tina and The Mask, there's two YouTube video where the artist made her the Mask wearer instead, one using Stanley's first transformation in his apartment, and the second where Tina walks into Stanley's bank and they meet for the first time, except she has the mask on.

Here, on the extreme offchance that you haven't seen it yet;……

The first 'teaser' is most impressive in my opinion, giving Stanley's body serious curves and managing to fill in the background around the waist, and tracking her head in motion very cleanly to the body. Just the usual green face on the second one, though being able to cover her face all while she whips her hair back and forth is still pretty impressive.

And why am I commenting on that here, of all places? I guess 'cause this is the first actual use of Tina I've seen in my foray into Maskdom =P
Any-Other Featured By Owner May 5, 2014  Hobbyist Digital Artist
She's been photomanipped before a couple times, but not drawn very much.  I have seen those videos, they're quite nice. :)
maxvision92 Featured By Owner Mar 5, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
Those subtle changes do help to make Tina more intimidating, believe me.
Any-Other Featured By Owner Mar 8, 2014  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Thanks. :)
cupcakewhitegirl Featured By Owner Oct 25, 2013
The studs are definitely a great touch. The green face coincides with the biker theme flawlessly!!
McBrannulds Featured By Owner Aug 28, 2013
Why hasn't anyone made a biker themed She-Mask? Seems like that would have been a great idea for some characters.
Any-Other Featured By Owner Aug 28, 2013  Hobbyist Digital Artist
I could have sworn I saw some in NomaxN's or abbieSS's galleries...I'd have to check.
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