Sunday, February 28, 2010

Sword of Azrael: costume design

Joe's pencils show the original mask design, which was changed before the art was sent to me for inking.

9 comments:

  1. Love your and Joe's work on the Azrael mini-series!

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  2. This was the first of your work i ever saw, i remember i bought the tpb in Forbidden Planet when i was about 12 or 13! Awesome job, that comic looked amazing

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  3. Yah what a interesting post. thanks for sharing us.

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  4. Me too! I loved the combination of you and Joe. Liked the way you inked the metal on the costume. Just a subtle thing that might go as an afterthought.

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  5. Interesting to see the earlier costume design too. That's a book that I get sucked into every time I open it. Even the intro explaining how the creative team came together always fascinated me!
    Have you got a record of the process behind the great Batman poster you two did that works three out of four ways up (with the Joker hanging over the edge of a railing?).
    I personally think Quesada's suffered for inkers ever since but maybe that's the Nowlan effect : )

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  6. I don't think I even have a copy of that poster, let alone any information about how it evolved. Sorry, WIll.

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  7. Its really informative and good post. thanks for sharing with us...
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  8. I bought the book know nothing about the character. Man, when I read it I just fell in love with the character and your inks. Do you still have original art from the mini?

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