Tuesday, March 13, 2012

Wacky Reference Wednesday, No. 166

Poor Peter Parker...

One Moment in Time required several sequences that not only referenced earlier issues of Amazing Spider-Man, but overlapped them, almost line for line. The effect we had hoped for—a clean and clear transition between old and new art—wasn't completely successful. My art was not enough of a contrast with Paul Ryan's pencils and Vince Colletta's inks, especially with updated coloring.



On this page, we took the story in a different direction in the final panel, which required an original composition, not to mention a new shot of the Brooklyn Bridge. As I often do, I leaned on Google's 3D warehouse to find an appropriate model.


Layout. Pencil on paper, 4 × 6″ 


Digital composite, including panels from ASM Annual #21


Pencils


Inks


Amazing Spider-Man #638, Page 31. 2010. 
Ink on Marvel board (with digital color), 11 × 17.25″.
Original Art

4 comments:

  1. Wooow great job waiting the new movie of Spiderman...

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  2. I am fascinated by the images of the blog ... are amazing, also seems very difficult to draw spider man....thanks

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    1. Thanks! Spidey's always a blast to draw.

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