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.
The Beast's face is a riot.And I love the energy effect on the top part of the page.Sweet stuff!
My wife was looking over my shoulder when I logged in. She thought this was a great drawing. She particularly liked the up-ended Wolverine.As for me, I love battle scenes; especially battle scenes featuring the X-Men. Apocalypse is getting the better of them at this phase of the skirmish. I'm particulary impressed by the absence of speedlines. The sense of movement and power is conveyed by the posture of the figures. Someone could write a story around this!
Cool! Never seen this one before. -Eddy
As you can see, I added a scan of the thumbnail sketch.Benny, I'm glad your wife likes the piece. It's full of things I don't draw very well: Action, foreshortening... X-Men.
Wow! I'm going to have to hunt down a copy of that calendar. This is really awesome! I especially like the way you did Psylocke's and Storm's hair. That stylized lightning is killer too!
Which X-Men do you find most challenging to draw?
All the newer ones.
Hiroshi,If I remember right, the printed version had some pretty heavy airbrushed color on it. I couldn't find my copy.
What's your personal cutoff for X-Men? Myself, X-Men pretty much ended after #143.
I don't remember the issue numbers but I probably bailed out in the early '80's. A few years later I picked up most of the Adams/Palmer back issues.
If you aren't any of the following characters, you aren't an X-Man to me:Cyclops, Iceman, Beast, Angel, Marvel Girl, Havok, Polaris, Wolverine, Colossus, Nightcrawler, Storm, Banshee, Thunderbird, Sunfire, Sprite, Dazzler.
Eres el PUTO AMO!