Sunday, December 4, 2011

Daredevil #10 Cover

Daredevil #10 Cover. 2011. Ink on bristol board, 11 × 17″.



28 comments:

  1. This is the best comic book cover of 2012.

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  2. love the engraved look, this is just ink on board? No scratchboard? Incredible.

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  3. Awesome!
    A little insignia redesign?

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  4. Holy cow, Paolo! This is incredible!

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  5. Holeeeeeeeeeeeeee crap.
    Amazing.

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  6. I love this in all of its cross-hatched glory.

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  7. Whoa! The Franklin Booth-o-meter is off the scale!

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  8. This needs to be made into a poster.

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  9. Oh my god, this is gorgeous! This is already one of my favorite comic book covers ever

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  10. Wow. This one got quite a response. Thanks for all the kind words, everyone!

    And yes, it's just ink on board, but with a little digital help. I'll detail the whole process in a future Wacky Reference Wednesday.

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  11. Looks like something out of Dante's Inferno. Wicked job.

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  12. The best DD cover since Alex Maleev's Daredevil Vol 2 #29 cover!! :-)
    Great!

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  13. Thanks, Stilos. Be sure to check out the time-lapse video of the cover. I just posted it: http://paolorivera.blogspot.com/2011/12/daredevil-10-time-lapse.html

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  14. That is some gorgeous inking.

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  15. Thanks, Anonymous! It felt good to break out the brushes again. Can't let my Dad have all the fun.

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  16. Can you get this out as a poster? Best cover in years!!

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    1. Thanks! Marvel turned this into a big one, though I couldn't tell you where to get it. But there's one hanging up in the office.

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  17. Since this books release, this remains as one of my all time favorite comic book covers. I do have a question, can you name the art style? I've done some research but can't seem to find a name for it.

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    1. Thanks, Adam! I based it mainly off of Gustave Doré's work, most famous for his etchings of The Inferno.

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  18. Fantastic thank you so much and keep up the great work!

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