Spenworks wrote:Don't forget Beto! personally Beto Hernendez's work really resonated with me. he took the style of the Archie Comics artist and put in into the stratosphere! Some of the best work about provincial Mexican life ever commited to page in any medium.
DennisMM wrote:A few lines about why you like a particular artist would be great, but if you prefer a list, so be it.
Colin wrote:MasterWhedon wrote:Check out Roger Cruz's gallery on his website HERE. Of the modern guys working, he's one of my absolute favorites.
My bad. I really don't know what it is I like about Bagley. There was just something about the way he drawed Spider-Man that sort of got me hooked on his style. Maybe because it's sort of cartoony, but also sort of not, which makes it more accessible? I don't know. I think his work has gotten sloppier since joining USM, but that he's gotten better at creating story and mood with his choices.
DennisMM wrote:This may be controversial. Bill Sienkiewicz.
In my opinion, he is the most technically adept artist I've ever seen work in comics. Dave McKean is a close second, but Sienkiewicz blows away the rest.
Years before other mainstream comics artists were using collage, he was gluing clock works and circuit boards onto pages. He made Warlock seem plausible in New Mutants, something even Arthur Adams couldn't quite manage.
In Elektra Assassin he brought together just about everything he had worked with previously -- line art, mixed-media painting, collage, photography, fibers -- and went completely nuts with it.
The book dr3w harsh criticism and over-the-top applause (from me, at the time), but it told the story Frank Miller wrote, in the full-script style Sienkiewicz received, and broke new ground.
Also, Sienkiewicz is a nice guy and a good dancer.
Colin wrote:DennisMM wrote:This may be controversial. Bill Sienkiewicz.
Have you read his Jimi Hendrix: Voodoo Child? His greatest work ever.
Colin wrote:Gene Ha's gonna be doing The Authority with Grant Morrison. I think he'll do fine.
Ju? wrote:Does anybody have any desktop backgrounds of the art of either Jim Lee, Arthur Adams or Joe Madureira? Preferrably in 1024x768 resolution.
MasterWhedon wrote:Ju? wrote:Does anybody have any desktop backgrounds of the art of either Jim Lee, Arthur Adams or Joe Madureira? Preferrably in 1024x768 resolution.
Comic Art Community has a really great selection of covers, pages, splashes, etc. Not sure what they have for wallpapers, but it's probably worth a look.
Flumm wrote:I'm not all that familiar with the work of the artists invovled Ju?, but I thought I'd just take a moment to say - I appreciate you for saying that.
DennisMM wrote:Ju?, thanks for reviving this thread, if only indirectly. Always nice to see people talk artists.
The Vicar wrote:What, no Neal Adams love?
St. wrote:Art is still drawing. He Grande Rojo's favorite person(WTF?) a Composite Supergirl sketch for charity or something just a couple of months ago. He was also drawing Johnni Future in Tom Strong's Terrific Tales while that was running. One of the big two really should get him on an ongoing. They employ Pat Lee and Rob Liefeld but not Art Adams?!?!
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