Sunday, September 17, 2006

Hulk Smash City!


SORRY FOR POSTING THIS LATE, but at least I finished it. Nothing special about the composition (a character posing against the moon is pretty cliche, huh?), since I pretty much already did this in a previous piece. Regardless, I hope you like it. Enjoy!

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Blogger Dave Pryor said...

It's never too late for Hulk! And although simple - a powerful composition that shows the Hulk for what he is - a giant mass prepared to smash things.

I like the natural blue light/ artificial city light approach.

If wouldn't mind seeing the yellow light define his face a bit more - I kept wanting to get closer and closer to understand the details.

6:30 PM  
Blogger Dave Pryor said...

Great link to the Superman stuff. I went back to look at a few of the other Superman posts and they all were all cool in their own right.

OAC members check 'em out.

6:45 PM  
Blogger boob said...

This is nice Marshall. All those rippling muscles in Hulk's torso was somethin' I was struggling for in Lion-O last week. Dig the lighting too.

There's a very serene feeling here. The night sky, the lights, the calm before the Hulk storm. I wouldn't complain if yer characters were in front of the moon every time as long as you use different phases like you have so far :)

7:11 PM  
Blogger Kevin Barber said...

You jag. I'm coloring my Spiderwoman peice the exact same way. Moonlight on top sunset on bottom. Did you see me working on it at lunch ? Anyway,...good handling. Hulk in the mood for love. Very romanic.

9:22 PM  
Blogger Marshall Bock said...

Thanks for the kind words, guys (except for you, Kevin). In response to Dave's bad eyesight, I've posted a larger version of Hulk over at my blog. See it here.

Yeah, Bob, I was trying to get that calm-before-the-storm feeling. That moment of pause at the apex of a jump. I'm glad you got that.

No, Kevin, I'm not biting off you, I swear. But I do look forward to seeing this Spiderwoman piece of which you speak.

Thanks again, guys (even you, Kevin).

12:02 AM  
Blogger Greg said...

Fantastic Marshall. Great lines, simple background, awesome lighting. A+

12:12 AM  
Blogger Sammy Chu ^_^ said...

I definitely like this one out of all your submissions the best so far. It's the lighting, very nice and dramatic in that comic book way. Very Awesome, very awesome!

10:37 AM  
Blogger Gianfranco said...

I feel like it is moments after I accidentally said something offensive. "No, Hulk! I was just sayin'! It wasn't directed at you or your mother!"

11:50 AM  

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