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March 15th, 2005, 10:39 PM
I wanted to take a shot at a Wolverine vs Hulk piece, so here is one. It is done on 11x14 Canson paper and I used a bunch of materials (watercolor, India ink, Hunt 102, round brushes, and a white charcoal pencil.) Hope you like and comments welcome as usual. Also, this piece took about 3hrs. to complete.
March 15th, 2005, 10:45 PM
really nice. my only crit is that the hulk's left (our right) hand kind of blends in with the rest of his torso/leg.
And an enclosed cave is the last place i would want to fight the hulk :x
March 16th, 2005, 01:26 AM
Wow I dig this a lot. Love the style and the feel to it all.
Couple things I noticed. First thing is the composition of the characters could have been worked out a tad more. For example, I does not appear that they are looking at eachother. Another thing is their legs seem to have been given less care. Wolverines feet vanish and the way the hulks left leg is position and the darker spots... kinda looks like he does'nt have a crotch.
Like I said though man, dig this piece a lot. Fine job!
March 16th, 2005, 12:48 PM
jrs - that's a good bit of work for only three hours.
The posts above have talked about anatomy and posing - it certainly would be worth addressing their legs and feet - having said that, it's not bad at all.
The energy and movement of the swirling bg is brilliant and really does as much to give you that impending sense of impending violence as the figures and faces themselves.
Wouldn't it add even more drama if you defined more clearly where the light source was coming from? Some of the shadows are conflicting with each other a bit - it could really add to the weight and realism of the figures if they were lit a bit more realistically.
Other than that - top shelf!
March 16th, 2005, 03:33 PM
Thanks for the comments everyone, I really do appreciate them. Most of the criticisms mentioned were things I noticed too, but nonetheless Iíll definitely keep those thoughts in mind when working on other pieces.