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Here's a bunch of cards done for Upper Deck and Marvel. Per their process, all images are 5" x 5", done in three phases- pencils, inks and colors. I got away with really rough bluelines for the pencil stages, inked these puppies with Micron pens, as is my wont, then painted 'em up in Photoshop.
Mendel Stromm, former partner of Norman (the Green Goblin) Osborne, currently an undead cyborg dude. Yikes!
The assassin Bulleye (movie variation)- it's all about the barrels, baby.
Blarrgh! It's the Demogoblin- booga booga.
So.. purple. Vampires-feh!
Wotta revoltin' development!
Scorpia, as designed by the suave and talented Terry Dodson- I tried to keep the flava he gives his segsie girls...
Hey, Kids- drugs = money! A meth lab, just like mom's...
Magneto, the Mutant Master of Magnetism's sub-volcanic Antarctic lair. I had just one bit o' reference fir this- a tiny, rather diagrammatic side-elevation-type drawing by John Byrne. I just made it all up!
The Gobin Glider, awaiting it's dread master. When they say parking in Manhattan sucks...
Tha-tha-tha-tha-that's all fer now, folks!
nice works chuk. the purple of the vampire one is a big much, methinks. the handling of the colors in alot of the other ones turned out really successful. The smoke from the volcano worked out really well too...dope!
I self-published a book on the fundamentals of drawing from life.
Nice work Chuk. I love the color work.
Pigma Micron note: I switched over to hi-tech C's after DNS2k let me try one. Basically because I press to hard and split my micron's tip. Also, the line doesn't "split" when I draw to fast. They are around $3 each here, but I imported a box of them from Japan for under a $1 a pen.
I'll drop you an email soon. I'm back at work and wanna bang on Blur's door.
Dig it! I'm not really feeling the purple vampire piece too much either. I like the drawing, but the purple makes me hurt a little.
I really like Mendel and the Demogoblin, but for some reason my fav is the Meth Lab piece. I dunno, it just seems really strong. I think I'm diggin' the sort of dual monotone scheme on it too.
Anywho, nice to see some new stuff from ya.
"Every generation sees the past though the lens of its own time." - Thom Hartmann
Love the somewhat cartoony style of your work, but the obvious industrial design drawing underlay that makes them look real too. Cool stuff.
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