Thanks, I guess you can guess where I got the most impressions in terms of comic books. :D
Sounds like a plan. If you have some art on your tumblr I`ll scan through it. Everyone is at different spots in terms of where they want their art to be. The idea of art buddies is to really encourage each other and give some feedback.
I like a hero who has a good rogues gallery.
Batman has a good one, so does the Flash. Spider-Man as well.
So as a villain tribute, here’s Electro (comic version). More of the Sinister Six later.
Being on tumblr in October.
I just love this film to bits
Loving the new promo-image for CW’s The Flash.
I wasn’t feeling that hungry. So I started redesigning a commissioner’s superhero character (possible infringement look)
REVIVAL, REINVENTION, RESURRECTION: THE POWER OF GREAT SUPERHERO COSTUME DESIGN
We live in a time of awesome superhero costumes in comics. The rise and rise of cosplay culture, the emergence of comic artists with a savvy understanding of fashion, and the slow diversification that’s making heroes palatable to a broader audience, have all contributed to a costuming culture with more to offer than capes and pants.
Superhero costumes have always been an asset to the industry, because iconography helps establish character and create a brand. But the value of costumes in reaching audiences and reinventing characters seems to be recognized now as never before, leading to the rise of artist-designers like Jamie McKelvie and Kris Anka, who don’t even need to be on a particular book in order to be called in to make-over the characters. This is a great leap forward in understanding just what a good costume can do — and the special skills required to do it.
quicky Galactus for Jack Kirby’s birthday
Hail to the king
Happy 97th Birthday, Jack Kirby.