Thursday, April 22, 2010

Spectrum 17: Hat Trick!


Marvel Mystery Comics, Cover. 2009.
Gouache and Acryla Gouache on bristol board, 11 x 17".



I just got my acceptance letter for this year's Spectrum Annual and I've got three pieces in it (I won't mention how many I entered)! I think I'll celebrate by inking. Have a great weekend!



Young Allies, Page 2. 2009. Ink on Marvel board (digital color), 11 x 17.25".




Persistence of Wolverine (Amazing Spider-Man #592) Cover. 2009.
Gouache and Acryla Gouache on bristol board, 11 x 17".
Original Art

13 comments:

  1. Whoa! well done! 3 pieces is great!!. I just got mine as well and I got one in it. Very happy! These pieces are really nice.

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  2. See Paolo, I told you that Wolverine piece was awesome, congrats man well deserved!!

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  3. Congrats! Hopefully next year I'll get a piece in myself. I still think Persistence of Wolverine is beyond cool, can't wait to buy this copy of the book.

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  4. Francis BoncalesFriday, April 23, 2010

    Paolo! love the work! amazing as usual. this may be a dumb question but i was trying to figure out the horizon line(s) for the Young Allies but not quite sure! Can you let me know!

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  5. Congrats Paolo! Love the Persistence of Wolverine. Great idea.

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  6. Thanks, everybody!

    Craig, I'm looking forward to seeing your piece in print (not just on the screen).

    Francis, each section of the montage has its own horizon line. In the last image, the line goes through Cap's left boot, just below the heel. It's also at an angle, which might be confusing things. Let me know if your have further questions.

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  7. Francis BoncalesSaturday, April 24, 2010

    That was what I thought where the horizon was. I think I got confused because it was at an angle haha well thanks!

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  8. No prob, Francis. I need to do a whole series of posts on perspective. I've developed a couple of really helpful (and really simple) techniques on this latest project.

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  9. Love the composition line on the first one.

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  10. Francis BoncalesMonday, April 26, 2010

    Sweet man! looking forward to it! Lenny's way of perspective is way too technical hahah

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  11. Thanks, Alejandro!

    Francis, pay attention to Lenny whilst you can! Those technicalities, once mastered, will give you the freedom to draw "from the gut" later on.

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  12. Thanks, Christina! I'll save a Call for Entries poster for you. You ever coming back to NYC?

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