Cover for Superior Spider-man #25. I videoed myself doing every step of the process and sped it up so you can watch it from start to finish in just a few minutes on You Tube.
Step one : www.youtube.com/watch?v=7_QvrT…
Step two: www.youtube.com/watch?v=1paMh9…
Step three: www.youtube.com/watch?v=L7NwtK…
or watch it complete!: www.youtube.com/watch?v=p2ZTh2…
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My heart is shaking from the amount of soul that was put into this!!!
I would like to know the software to generate the buildings for the background! your work is very cool, very much !.
I have seen the youtube video of this great work! what types of brushes you used? Could provide for me? Thank you.
I want this image as a poster on my wall. Where can I get this image as a print or poster?
Holy cow! That's just amazing
The detail blows my mind. Superb.
just a master piece. i love your work!
This is hot. Is that the new Spidey Costume? Kind of a cross between the Ultimate and the new Amazing Spider man. pretty nice. I do like his new extra arms.
Thanks so much for putting the videos together. I'm self-taught so for me, these videos are like going to class.
wow. im really amaze in how you draw and color the goblin<3
I watched the speed draw of this first. I'm in awe of the technique used to put this together. The drawing skill ain't too bad either *wink
Magnificent composition, Mark!
People wonder why I get so frustrated and hate everything I draw. The reason is right here. You are a true comic artist. You are a true artist. What I do doesn't even come close and it never will. I know it isn't good to compare yourself to other artists or use their skill as a gauge on your own abilities, but when I see the video of you drawing this I feel like a four year old with a crayon compared to what you do. Just unbelievable work as usual.
always LOVE your work!
Aaah! This is so epic! I love it
Thanks for the videos, Mark. It's always awesome to see the process the professionals go through and this series is great going from initial sketch to a full colour finished piece.
I was just wondering if I could ask a couple of questions?
1. What brushes do you use (especially for your initial lines before inking) to get that nice pencil look?
2. Do you use a Cintiq or just a standard graphics tablet? (I have an Intuos3 which I've found to be great but too smooth so I place a sheet of paper over the tablet to give it a better grit and feel.)
FUCKING HELL THIS IS AMAZING.
Just started reading Superior Spider-Man, love the series
That is crazy-cool! Especially love the pencil work
This cover looks truly epic !
What was the total time? Great cover!
I'm a cintiq away brother-fantastic video!!
This artwork is GREAT!!!!
Saw the video, too-- looks great, Mark! Love it.
Best Spidy cover i've seen in a long time! When does this hit stands?
Spectacular job! Like always!
Very awesome. Thanks for the video process as well.
awesome work, also that is not spider-man that is the inferior spiderpus
How did spidey get his waldoes back?
fascinating as usual thanks. I wish that someone like you who uses Sketch up with restraint and thought would put together some tutorials on how you use it in your illustration workflow because you blend it well with your line art. I know that there are a lot of Sketch up tutorials on You Tube but not necessarily for integrating it with line art for a seamless look.
Ditto this. I like this workflow a lot. How did you create the city block in sketch up? Excellent work as usual
Wow... Just... wow.
Keep up the awesome work, guys!
Keep up the awesome work, guys!
Phenomenal work man. It's always a pleasure to watch your process, and I always learn something. And the finished piece is just amazing!
SOOOOOOOOO AWESOME!!!!!!! Loved the vids. I need to learn how to utilize 3D stuff so I can quickly add amazing buildings in my backgrounds.
Can't wait to see that issue .
Just been watching the videos, so amazing, but I have a question. How did you get rid of the black lines when colouring?
You delete all the whites in your line layer and then lock the transparent pixel icon in your layers window. Once you do that any brush strokes over that layer will only color the linework.
I think it's awesome you work that way. I feel as though traditional inking adds a lot to a piece, even 2/3's of the process is digital at least the inks are traditional.
Beautiful art but why did u do the traditional work even though u color it digitally?why u didnt directly color the the digital ones on the 1st part of the video?