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Blood from the Mummy's Tomb - Version B -Color by nathanscomicart Blood from the Mummy's Tomb - Version B -Color by nathanscomicart
:iconnathanscomicart: & :iconvest:

Blood from the Mummy's Tomb (1971) Version B -Color with lines by me and Digital Paints by the very talented and super cool:iconvest:

Another fun page from the "MONSTERS MAIDENS & MAYHEM" convention sketchbook I'm doing up.

Very pleased with how this turned out, even though there were a ton of redesigns for this one(more so than the other pages). But the original artwork/poster designs that they used for this had a lot of potential. Plus anything that has a Busty British Bombshell running around in a virtually nonexistent jeweled Scarab top:eyepopping: gets an automatic:thumbsup: at least as far as marketing/aesthetics go.;-)

I'm a huge Egyptology-buff so I have to say this-:police: "There is nothing even remotely historically accurate with ANYTHING in this image. Not the temple or the jewelry/headdress, jeweled Scarab top, sarcophagus lid or the hieroglyphs(which incidentally enough have my name in there). It's all just a fun "campy" British/Hollywood take on ancient Egyptian curses and well...boobs... if you've seen the movie or at least the trailer ya know what I'm talking about.":laughing: (And yes:nod:the sarcophagus lid, the Egyptian Princess, and the Blade-wielding Babe are all the same person. just different costumes.)

I did up 2 different versions for this one, and everything is pretty much the same except that on Version A the Egyptian Princess doesn't have the jeweled Scarab top=D, and in Version B she does. For the black and white image I prefer the less bulky Version A, but for the digitally colored image, Version B has much more of a "Wow" factor with all the additional colors "Vest" added to her top:eyepopping:. Still looks fun either way.
A closeup shot of the Egyptian princess :boogie:[link]
Here are the original pencils [link] :w00t:
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Jsayah Featured By Owner Jul 27, 2013
Nemalei Featured By Owner Feb 21, 2013
Marvelous and I am speechless!
Britt601 Featured By Owner Jan 20, 2013
This is very beautiful! I love the richness of the colors
465lps Featured By Owner Nov 1, 2012   Digital Artist
Oh my ggggggggggggoooooooooossssssshhhhhhhh!She looks so SSSSSSEEEEEXXXXXYYYYY!
nathanscomicart Featured By Owner Nov 14, 2012  Professional Traditional Artist
:laughing:Thanks, glad ya like it!:iconxd--plz:
suyuku-san Featured By Owner Sep 18, 2012  Professional Writer
wow this looks amazing! I love Egypt I'm writing an Egyptian story, would you like to read it?
nathanscomicart Featured By Owner Nov 14, 2012  Professional Traditional Artist
Thanks, and cool,:thumbsup: what type of story is it?:)
suyuku-san Featured By Owner Nov 15, 2012  Professional Writer
it's somewhat of a historical/romance/fantasy kind of story involving Tutankhamun and magic :XD: it's called Timeless Sands and I have the prologue and the first chapter up on DA here's a preview of it. :la:

A new object has appeared and it has been told it is connected to the Golden Pharaoh Tutankhamen himself, this new object dubbed The Sun Stone of Amun Ra has been brought to exhibits all across the globe, along with the King himself, but something sinister arises when thieves break into the Royal Ontario Museum and try to steal the stone along with the Mummy. But Kathrin Alexander, the curator’s granddaughter, and a woman that loves all of history tries to stop them, only to become a witness to something she had never thought possible in her whole life after the stone breaks!

I hope you read it, and if you do I hope you enjoy it too :huggle:
nathanscomicart Featured By Owner Nov 16, 2012  Professional Traditional Artist
Wow.:thumbsup::) Good prologue. That sounds really cool/fun and something I would read.:nod:

Will definitely check out the 1st chapter. :iconimhappyplz:

Have you thought about writing for graphic novels/comics?
suyuku-san Featured By Owner Nov 16, 2012  Professional Writer
I have actually, but the likely hood of me landing such a job is very slim to none... :( which is very disappointing I'd love to write for any kind of genre.
May I ask why you brought that up? :)
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