What did the Hulk look like as a kid? ….now we know. Acrylic on canvas, 12 x 12″ Short, sweet, and a fun thing to paint.
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Blank Variant Covers- how great are these. This is a pencil drawing of Spidey catching a ride on the Hulk. I am crazy about Mitsubishi Uni Pencils, I used a HB and a 7B and they spread like buttah!
This week I am thinking a lot about the Marvel Universe. The Wolverine (A-W-E-S-O-M-E) is out, here is a tribute to Logan as his first appearance was in Hulk #181. The large Hulk is almost life size, acrylic on watercolor paper. The smaller one is only about 8 x 10″, a quick gesture ink and wash on paper.
This week’s art koan:
“Art can be anything”. It is not defined by how it was produced, what they used or who created it, but by the collective experience it belongs to.