Thursday, March 08, 2007


I did this piece for a friend. I ended up having a lot of fun on it and got carried away with it as well. I know he wasn't looking for a finished piece but, well it was Spider-man, and he was my favorite character when I was a kid. So it kept evolving, and when I was done, I had this. Who knew drawing Spidey webs would be so much fun. Mike Atiyeh's going to be coloring it in a little while-- I can't wait to see what he does with it!



Anonymous Anonymous said...

I keep saying this to you, Brian:
You should really start doing comics for Marvel and DC !


8:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Damn dude that's good! You should venture back into the realm of superheroes very soon!

1:40 PM  
Blogger Feenomite said...

Drawing cityscapes are brutal... Do you have any tricks to doing those?
They always take me an inordenant amount of time to do...


7:40 PM  
Blogger BrianChing said...

Nestor and Greg-- Thanks! Superhero work is soooo differnt from the stuff I've been doing on SW, a lot more exageration and motion, I'm actually hoping to bring that to my future SW work.

David-- Try using photo ref for your backgrounds. They are butal and labor intensive to do but they ground your figure in reality so they're so important. Also, you don't have to apply tons of details to every building you draw, focus on just a few. For example, if you are drawing 7 buildings in a scene, really focus on the details (putting air conditioners in the windows, putting garoyles at the top level, etc) of 3-4 of those building and you can simplify the others . That could help speed things up and make things visually appealing as well.


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