Ok, here is some conceptual art for X-men covers.
Last edited by MilanJ; July 7th, 2010 at 07:53 PM. Reason: updated
I'm a huge Marvel Nerd so this reallllly tickles me the right way.
Great job with the line weight.
Thanks a lot, i just try to draw Marvel characters little different than usually Marvel artists, try to give them more human look. I don,t know is it good or bad, but i like them that way.
The X Men is the wonderful movies . In this lot of the friction are used . the direction of the movies is amazing . all the part of the are good .So the children are crazy about their X-Men Cover . From them some are their super hero.
I am sorry, but i don't agree with you about X-men movies. They are not bad bat it could be much, much better. But never mind, kids like them and that's important. In the and, that's movies for easy entertainment not for oscar.
awesome stuff! if you want to go realistic then i would say the only thing i can see that needs a bit refinement are the cheeks/faces of the female characters because their cheekbones look to prominent and loses a bit of its realism...hope it helps!
Yap, you're right, but I don't want classic female faces like photo models, mannequins... you know what I mean. They must look though, but not like body boulder chicks with huge muscles. They must look nice but dangerous. Because that they maybe look little mannish. And when i say " realistic" I don't mean photo realistic, I mean just little more realistic than ussualy in super hero comics, not crazy hair and extra large muscles, not funny costumes and similar. Anyway, thank you for your opinion I really appreciate this.
Decent work Couple of things though... In the first pic, wolverine looks like he might be getting ready for a job interview. I'd expect his hair to be messy at least to some extent. In the Jean Grey pic, I think it would help if there was a clear purpose for her use of telekinesis. Right now it looks like (though may not be) a bunch of random stuff floating in the air, so there's a lack of motivation.
Mmm...maybe you're right about Jean, maybe it's more static than should be. In the beging I was afraid that people even wouldn't know it's Jean Grey. About Wolverine? Come on, who will go on job interview half naked, maybe he more look like after job interview
I'm not quit satisfied with this, but who cares.
Thank you very much for the nice words ( can you tell that to Marvel editors ).
Ok, here is something more.
Aaaaaand... one from DC.
P. S. Can I change the title of the thread and if I can, how?
This is cover art for Vekovnici. ( Vekovnici is one of the most popular comic serials in Serbia, written all by Marko Stojanovic and drawen by various well known artist)
My problem wit these is that there's not really much motion. These covers don't say much more than "here's a character", and because of that they don't hold my attention too much.
You're right, it's pretty static. Next time I'll put more action. Thanks!
I definitely dig the color selection you have there, Milan.
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Thanks! I don't like toomuchcolor pictures, everything over 3 color on one picture is too much for me. Of course, I don't say that that is bad, just i don,t like it. Same with the photos, for me, black and white photo is much powerful than colored. I usually all paint in grayscale and when its all finished I put some colors in photoshop.
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