The great illustrator Jonathan Morris is doing a project where he is collecting modern illustrators in order to recreate the Marvel Universe Handbook. The new version, titled Marvel Universe Handbook Redux Edition, will place the old illustrations alongside the newly designed ones. I've chosen to do the character Glamor (don't worry; I'm pretty sure no one knows her unless they are a severe Marvel superhero fan. I was inspired by the old movie Barbarella and new age futuristic attire.
10 months ago
I really like this. I don't know if it was done in purpose, but I feel it has some kind of "Amy Winehouse" feeling to it, like a rockstar whose life started to go downhill...
your style is the most kickass I know, the line work, the characteristics, the colors, the end result.. very impressive!
I hope to see your own comic on madefire in the future!
just some questions I'm curious about:
do you made a time-lapse video from sketch to end yet? I'd love to see that.
do you use a wacom tablet or just do everything with the mouse?
do you do all your work in photoshop?
Thanks so much! I don't yet have a time lapse video out, but I will be getting a new studio soon, so hopefully I can have one made under the right conditions for you.
Secondly, I use a Wacom tablet for everything; the mouse is by far too clunky when it comes to making proper lines and marks for me.
Thirdly, I do all of my coloring, textures and touch-ups in Photoshop (cs5) but I still like to do the initial drawing and inking by hand. I've done a few projects that are all in Photoshop, but I never felt satisfied with the line variation and quality that you get from an actual brush.
Hope that helps! Thanks for asking.
yea that helps a lot! I agree with you, nothing is better than a initial sketch!
just one thing more I forgot to say, what kind of Wacom tablet? intous4 S, M, L, cintiq?
It's a CTL-460 small. I've had it for quite a while, so I'm sure that there are a lot more options now though.
Woah, woah, woah! Logan! AMAZING! Great work! Love your stuff! Keep posting!!
Amazing. Love your colors, line work, etc!
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