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Draw Harley Quinn Nude in Bathtub for a DC Artist Job

Posted by Anthony Mango Friday, September 6, 2013
DC Comics is setting up a contest wherein artists can win a chance to draw a page for Harley Quinn #0. Being as Fanboys Anonymous caters to the superhero market and loves to promote any way to help out its fellow geek, we needed to send this information your way. It could be the chance that you're looking for to start your big break. The key thing that's making everyone go nuts over this, because people tend to do that sort of thing? One of those requirements for the contest is to draw Harley Quinn naked in a tub surrounded by dangerous electrical appliances.

Nude Harley Quinn Fucking Cosplay Boobs Tits Bikini Lingerie
As opposed to Harley Quinn in the shower having fun with a towel. Been there, done that.
Harley Quinn is no stranger to a little breaking and entering for a good time and now, she’s going to help one talented artist break into comics with DC Entertainment’s Open Talent Search. That’s right, we’re looking for someone to draw one page of HARLEY QUINN #0 alongside some of comic’s most amazing talents, including Amanda Conner, Paul Pope, Bruce Timm, and a few other surprises, maybe even you!!

Beginning this November, Jimmy Palmiotti and Amanda Conner will be writing the madcap adventures of Harley Quinn and they’ll need all the help they can get to handle her, so they’re opening the invitation to one undiscovered talent to join them. If you think you’ve got what it takes to be published in this special issue, then put on your working hat and start drawing now, because an opportunity like this doesn’t come along very often.

Submissions can be Pencils, Pencils & inks or Pencils, inks & colors. Please keep in mind, the level of your work should be of professional-quality, so don't feel the need to ink or color your work if you're only confident in penciling.

Oh, and did we mention that we’ll be reviewing the submissions ourselves to personally select Harley Quinn’s new creative accomplice?

Harley Quinn. One page. Published work. Breaking into comics was never this fun. ;)

— Jim & Dan

Here’s how to enter:

Read the rules & regulations listed below to confirm that you are eligible to enter DC Entertainment’s Open Talent Search and agree to the terms and conditions.

Read the following script page and give us your original artistic interpretation of what those four panels should look like on a single page:


4 panels

Harley is on top of a building, holding a large DETACHED cellphone tower in her hands as lightning is striking just about everywhere except her tower. She is looking at us like she cannot believe what she is doing. Beside herself. Not happy.

Harley is sitting in an alligator pond, on a little island with a suit of raw chicken on, rolling her eyes like once again, she cannot believe where she has found herself. We see the alligators ignoring her.

Harley is sitting in an open whale mouth, tickling the inside of the whale’s mouth with a feather. She is ecstatic and happy, like this is the most fun ever.

Harley sitting naked in a bathtub with toasters, blow dryers, blenders, appliances all dangling above the bathtub and she has a cord that will release them all. We are watching the moment before the inevitable death. Her expression is one of “oh well, guess that’s it for me” and she has resigned herself to the moment that is going to happen.

Please have your final artwork fit the following specifications:
11" x 17"
72 dpi
Preferably 500 KB, no larger than 1MB.
Fill out the form below, attach your artwork, and click “Submit.”

Source: http://www.dccomics.com/node/305151

So, if you're up for the task and you think you're a good enough artist to pull it off, go ahead and send your submission in to DC. Best of luck, puddin'!

Tony Mango is the founder, editor-in-chief, head writer and podcast host of Fanboys Anonymous as well as all other A Mango Tree branches including Smark Out Moment. He is a pundit, creative director/consultant, fiction writer and more. Follow him on Twitter, Facebook and LinkedIn.