Tag: Marvel Comics

064 – The Rhino

I got nothin’.

060 – Captains America

Fake-Warholing it up. Folks who follow me on Twitter might recognize this as the warm-up piece I did before Live-Tweeting my weekly Drawing Night last Saturday.

050 – Arachno-Man

Another Marvel Evil Doppelganger thing. This one… eh. It’s really hard to make a variant or redesign of the Spider-Man costume that hasn’t already been done. Plus, what my pal Jim pointed out in the comments on The Devil piece from yesterday, I’m not exactly grasping the whole “Earth-3” concept properly. I’ll give it a …

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049 – The Devil

Inspired by my Crime Syndicate drawings, I decided to make up Crime Syndicate versions of Marvel characters. I’ve only got two so far, and I also plan on finishing out the DC CSA line-up. And also recolor them in the future when I have more time. So here we have The Devil. Young Matt Murdock …

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042 – Original X-Men

Post-it sketch.

034 – Daredevil vs. Daredevil

I have gone on at length about my love of Marvel Comics’ Daredevil before, so again, he’ll probably pop up once or twice throughout the next year. Decided to have a DD vs. DD faceoff with the Golden Age Daredevil (or Death Defying Devil, if you’re Alex Ross and Dynamite). I love the bizarreness in …

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032 – Human Torch

Eh. Human Torch. He’s dead. Spoilers. My guess: He’ll be back in about 11 months, right around the time that the Fantastic Four comic would have reached issue #600.

029 – Peter Parker

I might try to draw more superhero secret identities. We’ll see.

023 – Lockjaw

Fulfilling a request from Kurt Dinse, he had asked for Lockjaw, the teleporting dog from Marvel Comics’ The Inhumans. I think Kurt was deliberately trying to make me struggle. If there’s one thing I struggle with more than anatomy, backgrounds, coloring, details, likenesses, proportion, perspective, consistency, inking, penciling, the female form, faces, eyes, hands, feet, …

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022 – Havok

Havok was always a favorite X-Men character, and I’ve hated every single costume of his except for the original. Neal Adams is a legend for a reason.