A random collection of material from comic artist Kevin Nowlan. Started with the best of intentions, but like most other efforts, doomed to perish from neglect as soon as the novelty wears off.
Beautiful stuff, love that first pencil sketch.
Nice job. Do you use gouache for your color work? While most of it has a watercolor look, there are some opaque looking areas too...just curious.
Hi Mike! Yes, I use gouache once in a while. Most of the Man-Thing pages are painted in watercolor and gouache.
Really like how the coloring on Scarlet Witch's arm/back came out. It blends in to offer a lighting effect without coming off forced. And using grey behind Vision makes that green costume stand out while having a white, negative space behind SW has her pop out.Man Thing pages = ughh....another project we're all waiting to see published.
This is just achingly beautiful. (They're 'not quite' touching, are they...) The early 70's subplot with their budding romance really stands out in my memory and this one image captures it perfectly. Oh, the regret-! I should have eBayed a kidney and bid through the roof on this-!
Beautiful pin up!The second drawing is my favorite, specially the face shadows.The final color reminds me the works of a classic spanish illustrator named Lopez Espí.Do you know his work?Congrats again for your ability!!!!!!
Really beautiful work of two of my favorite characters. Thanks for posting Kevin.
Javier: I wasn't familiar with his work but googled his name and saw some nice examples. Thanks!
My pleasure!He did some very nice covers-recreations for spanish Marvel comics editions.