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December 29th, 2007 #53
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I love the new style of comics and characters that arose in the late 90´s. Youd think that such simple shapes for characters would run out of ideas and degenerate, but it´s amazing how much creativity artists such as yourself can put into it. For one thing the new idea allows for so much exxageration, not just of anatomy, but also of movement, etc. Your works are all flawless. I need to check if you have a sketchbook
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First up, your art is absolutely wonderful. Simple, elegant and expressive. My comments mostly aren't criticism, so much as suggestions to try.
Spidey: Peter looks smirky, which is fine, but may not be the best 'intro' picture. Spidey's stock-straight limbs don't seem very spider-like. More angles might look more arachnid.
Supes: Clark's hair should be slickered, Superman's mussed (from flying). Clark seems to be showing his costume at the neck, but not with his rolled-up sleeves? In any event, rolled-up sleeves are a no-no when you routinely wear secret long-underwear outfits.
Bats: This part is actual criticism. It's absolutely worth studying real-life martial arts stances for the Batman. It will make all the difference in the world. Also, where's his leg behind that cape? It seems like his knee should be disturbing the drape, unless he's going out of his way to avoid it, which would be... out of character.
Hulk: Puny Banner seems a bit young. If you're emphasizing his youth because he was so brilliant he skipped three grades or something, that's fine. He also seems a bit clean and clean-shaven for an 'on-the-road' wanderer.
Daredevil: At first these two looked perfect, but you want to remember that Matt has all of Daredevil's muscles, so that slim-fit suit on the left doesn't match the mighty thews we see on the right.
Stark: All good.
Anyway, love your stuff, hope to draw as well someday.
December 30th, 2007 #56
after looking at this whole forum... i think daredevil was a little forced ... uninspired maybe... but i love the spidey
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January 2nd, 2008 #57
January 13th, 2008 #58
I guess my Eddie would be a combo of both the original and Ultimates version. A bully that is a complete ass and the dude that has all the deep down problem caused from the death of his parents and what he thinks of as a betrayal of Peter Parkers trust. My venom is basically the one that I love most. The musclular, Wild ass, Brute of a Beast. I always thought this one was the scariest. My thoughts what yours?
January 13th, 2008 #59
I love your style!
This is very hard for me to emulate. Efficient line with dynamic and rythymic posing, outstanding!
Keep up the great work!
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January 13th, 2008 #60
cool interpretation of brock/venom... solid perspective with the style of the rendering, good job man.
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January 16th, 2008 #61
January 17th, 2008 #62Registered User
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January 17th, 2008 #63
Wow, those designs are amazing. I'm almost stunned...
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January 18th, 2008 #64
In between my job and the crazy amount of artstuff that I'm working on for peeps I decided to take a little break and do some stupid ish, lol!.... Sall.
tools> photoshop, optical mouse
Oh! The Ego series isn't nearly done yet guys so don't worry. Still have a bit more ideas for some pretty iconic guys and gals.
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January 18th, 2008 #65King of Dragons
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Your awsome dude!
Wolverine looks great!