07 November 2008

Wolverine and Power Pack

November 5, 2008 "Wolverine and Power Pack #1" arrived in stores from published at Marvel Comics. Written by Marc Sumerak, with art by Gurihiru.

This is the first issue in a new series.
At Comic Book Resources, you can see some pages.

Wolverine and Power Pack in this issue fights in the Museum of Natural History. I did not visit the Museum of Natural History though I went to New York two years ago. I want to visit there if there is a next time to go to NY.

Here are some of my process below:



8 comments:

l e d o said...

I really like your work, thanks for posting some images of your process. Do you render your backgrounds with a another program?

Cheeks said...

oh my! these progressions are wonderful. your work has such a charm to it.

Gingashi said...

I made sure to get my copy of the first issue, amazing job guys! Even just by looking I could tell it was the Museum of Natural History, hehe. Before you go there, I hope you can come to the New York Comic Con in February!

Thank you for posting the process, I love seeing that. Is the inking done digitally, traditionally, or a mix?

Chris Harrison said...

Dude I am such a fan of your work! I think your art is really awesome to look at!

Gurihiru said...

Thank you all!
I am loseing self-confidence to my work lately, but I was encouraged by your comments.

ledo -I am drawing all the backgrounds by oneself. Though I use materials which are contained on the Internet, it is different from an actual building.

Gingashi -My ink work is analog.
However, work to paint the broad surface is digital.

Patricio OLiver said...

you work is amazing!!! Im a marvel geek zombie and a digital illustrator and I really admire your work! Dont by anymeans feel less confident on what you do, you have an amazing talent!!

Pablo Vaquero said...

Hello my name is Pablo Vaquero from Argentina and after vicit this

blog and see what great artist you are like me to give me an

opinions concerning my work

Asrial said...

Why did you choose to put the Pack, except Katie, in costume ?
I would've liked to see another pic of Julie without socks.
Also, the Pack in casual would protec their identities.
LOVE your Power Pac work, BTW.