Discussion in 'Spidey-World' started by Chris Wallace, Aug 13, 2008.
Sorry if one already exists. Be it based on movie or comic, time to show your stuff.
Awesome work, Chris Wallace. I especially like the Spidey vs Doc Ock.
I get that a lot. THanks.
I remember seeing that one in your Fan art thread. Once again, fantastic!
I'm working on a new one.
dude! those are like extremely bad @$$/ kick @$$
lol i wish i knew how to work my scanner so i could show off my art work lol
only thing i can do is take pictures of my work
Vader's Secret Apprentice:
Vampires from I AM LEGEND:
Just a little something I put together...
Haha I joke. I wish I could be as talented as the Romita!
The scanner thing kisked my @$$ for a minute. You start from the computer. Go into "My Pictures" & an option to "Get pictures from scanner' should appear. From there the work does itself.
Very nice drawings, spida-man!
ah man, great thread. Thought I'd post some stuff. I got tons of spidey fan sketches.
I like the Gwen death scene.
That's tight, man!
Im certainly no art expert, but it looks like you have your own style, which i think would be important.
Stan Lee has this one up on his Myspace page as well. Nice.
Truth be told, at one point I emulated Bagley a lot. But then I kind of scaled away what I could use & what I couldn't from his style. I found my own vision of Spider-Man, & stuck to it. Cases in point:
I prefer the large, wide lenses. To me they look more bug-like than the small, Papa Romita lenses.
I like mandibles on the symbol. It makes it look more spider-like.
I don't use a ruler when I draw the weblines; I think that gives it a more natural look.
Whenever possible, I prefer to ink weblines w/a white gel pen.
I like to make the frames around the lenses a reflective look.
I prefer to avoid McFarlane's hypercontorted poses. I just don't like his style at all.
I like the webs to always look like webs & not fishnets. That includes the armpit webbing, when I do actually draw it.
And lastly, I like to vary up the shading in the blue areas of the costume, b/c when I see other people just throw black shadows on there, I find that there's very little difference between shading a blue area & highlighting a black one.
Oh-and although I didn't do it on Mr. Reilly, I like the lenses to look like lenses.