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.
I have no words, there is nothing to say, I can only admire .. Congratulations
I like the rendering on Alan Scott's cape. Having the shading flow out of the back is a great touch. Always nice to see Gil's pencils and how you stay really true to his stuff yet still add your flair to it.
I always loved the combo of you and Kane, his strong structure seemed like the perfect foundation for you to work your Nowlanization on! Pics like this make me think that I'd love to see a Kirby Collector style collection of Kanes pencil art.
Wonderful cover! Did you ink the pencils directly, or were the pencils preserved?
wonderful cover you two made a great team up
Benny, I'm afraid I inked directly on the board so the pencils are long gone.
Marvelous artwork by two of my favorite artists!Nobody could draw the human figure like Gil Kane, and your inking elevates the figures from the usual Kane elegantly sketched shapes, to realisticly shaded and rendered forms.You did a great job 'fixing' the faces of the figures, especially the two on the right. I echo Patrick's comment, the cape, especially the shading on the folds, gives it a solid, real feel. I also love the inking on the old GL's chest and arms...it would have been easy to trace Kane's lines and gone all 'Gil' there, but you brought your own game, and the photographic effect on his musculature is just wonderful. In other ares you stay very true to his original line, but there you shine a little more!Absolutely beautiful!Thank you for posting, sir!