Saturday, July 31, 2010

For Frank . . .

Frank Frazetta was, as we all know, an artist that left a great amount of impact and inspiration to many of us along our artistic way. I was lucky enough to take a look at a few originals during Comic-Con 2010 this year and was inspired and happy to pay tribute (in my own way) to someone I will always be inspired by.

Enjoy your new battles buddy . . .


Marcelo Vignali said...

Oh, nice. Was this one of the Drawing Club sessions with a model, or was this out of the fertile machinations of your precious neutral matter?

Makes me wanna draw a Vampirella.

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lincoln said...

I love the acting found in your gestures! They truly never feel like poses and these are natural and unforced drawings!

Mark McDonnell said...

Thanks guys, these were really fun to do.

The first two on the first page were done at home (afterwards) but the rest were done during a Disney session. More to come . . . I'm takin' the challenge.

Thank you . . . "Evil begets evil . . . "

Thank you so much for the kind comment. The acting and feeling of a thought or movement is really REALLY important to me and I strive hard to make them appear alive in living in "their" world(s). Thank you again.