The new page this week adds some beautiful color work to the second page of Ground’s back story. You can just skip the clicking around and check it out with just the one click by clicking that click right here. I continue to think that Jon’s work really adds a ton of depth to mine, and makes me look like a better artist. The fire explosion down on the bottom right is my favorite, by far.
In other news, I don’t know how many of you readers out there are actually my competition, and artists yourselves, but if you haven’t heard about this I thought that I would share. There is a great kickstarter project out there that is aimed specifically toward artists who are working in comics it’s called “Masters of Anatomy” and it really looks like it is going to be worth checking out. I know I’m always looking for great reference material, often times by looking at the artwork of these very artists. Having something created specifically to be used as a reference is something worth a donation, in my opinion.
Lastly; “Lego Marvel Superheroes” Seriously, people, this is about the most fun I have had in a long time. I almost completely promise that it won’t interfere with my drawing time, but damn is this game cute. It’s a lot of fun to play, just like all of the other Lego games, and all of the normal Lego things are there. You collect bricks and capsules and unlock cheats, all of that. If you have played any other the other games and liked them, all of that continues. Slather on top of that a thick helping of ALL of the Marvel superheroes and all of the enjoyment about that and you’ll be getting closer to what this game contains. Best part? None of the movie of television contractual restrictions that keep these characters apart. Playing a level with Wolverine, Captain America and Thing all teamed up is awesome. Check it out.