From time to time in the coming months, since some of my compositions here have gotten a bit stale of late, I'll be taking a cue from Sean Murphy and using the letters of the alphabet to help define positioning of whatever characters I decide to tackle on some upcoming sketches.
Sound good? Okay!!
Also, after a bit of Googling to make sure I was drawing Felicia's old costume correctly, I realized that there a LOT of really inappropriate interpretations of the character online. I mean, in the above sketch she's being a bit of a tease but yeesh!
Keep your safe search ON, kids.
I might buy a Spidey comic again if he looked this good all the time.
Love it...... reminds me that I need to send you my mailing address again. ;)
Hey man, loving the blog.
I'm asking this of a bunch of different comic book artists, I have just completed a comic and am trying to decide if I should self publish it in print or put it out as a web comic. Which do you think is the better choice for a first project by an unknown like me?
Love it. You get an "A"
I LOVE THEM ^^
Fantastic. Wasn't there a great Keith Pollard/Sinnott run of Spidey featuring Black Cat?
Ryan: Have you seen the comics they're putting lately?!! Way better than anything I'm capable of. Thanks a bunch, though.
Fred: Haha! Thanks, sir.
Jason Copland: Thanks, Jason! \m/
Rich: Thanks!! As for where to publish a comic... I'd go with web comic. There's no financial investment whatsoever and you can get just as many, if not more, folks to take a look at it than if you were mailing out physical copies. Take my thoughts with a huge grain of salt though since I haven't done either personally.
Craig Zablo: Awesome! Best grade I've gotten in ages!!
MARY: Thanks a bunch, Mary! Saludos!
Alan: Thanks, Alan! Yeah, I think I just picked those up a show recently!! :) Great stuff!
I give it an A+
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