A Comic Book Art Blog by Paolo Rivera
I've always loved how his visor is the brightest part of the panel.
Thanks, Narco. Am I allowed to agree with you? Of course, I cropped out the fire in this detail, which would rival his visor in terms of brightness... but I digress.
X-men Mythos is still one of the most artistically satisfying books I've ever read.
@Paolo: Of course you're allowed to agree! X-Men Mythos and I think Spider-Man Mythos were the primary sources I used for my Color Theory presentation actually. Really great color work in there, not to say that FF, Cap, and Ghost Rider weren't amazing, though.I have to thank you for signing your business card last Wednesday, and I wish that I wasn't so strained for time that day, as it was my birthday. I made a mistake and got writers to sign my stuff before getting a sketch from you.I'll get a Paolo Rivera sketch one day!
Reau, you are too kind! Makes me want to pick up oil again!@Paolo? Did I start tweeting without realizing it? Thanks for stopping by the signing, Narco. I think a lot of people did the same thing, so I stayed a little longer to squeeze a few more sketches in (and by "a few," I mean about a dozen). Speak up, next time, so I know it's you. I'm always frazzled during those things.
I imagine those events would frazzle even Frazetta. Watching your sketches from the sidelines, it looks like you made each drawing count. The sketches were easily identifiable as a "Paolo sketch," and while I love Mike Mckone, his sketch didn't have much of him in it.I wanted to leave with you a copy of an art and literature magazine a bunch of friends and I started (which also had my card in it), but there's always next Avengers Day (or sooner).Anyway, next time, I'll make sure to say hi.