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If you’re interested in the movie-making process, this article has video and photos from the set of Marvel’s “Captain America: Civil War.” Observing this part of this process is fascinating. It allows us to compare this location footage with what will be a finished scene, with music and special-effects.
This photo is from http://www.comicbookmovie.com.
Here’s a new pencil drawing on 9 x 12 inch paper.
This pencil drawing is from a movie still of Kill Bill 2. It’s drawn on 9 in. x 12 in. 80 lb. paper.
This pen and color pencil drawing used Jack Kirby’s Captain America as its subject. The color pencils help to give the effect of the older style comic book printing.
This pencil drawing is based on a still image from the original “Twilight Zone” series. It’s Billy Mumy in the 1961 episode, “It’s a Good Life.” These episodes are available on Netflix. The drawing is on 9 in. x 12 in. 80 lb. paper.
This pencil drawing is based on a scene from “The Third Man.” It’s a stylized depiction of Harry Lime (Orson Welles) being chased in the sewers in Vienna. This is a 9 in. x 12. inch drawing on 80 lb. paper.
Here are some unfinished pencil drawings from last year. I liked the ideas, but for one reason or another, wasn’t happy with how they were looking. Maybe I’ll rework the drawings or do similar scenes in new drawings.
This pencil drawing is based on a freeze-frame image from the 1956 sci-fi movie, “Invasion of the Body Snatchers.” It shows the reaction of the characters to the space pod opening in front of them. It’s on 11 x 14 80 lb. paper.
This is a quick, impressionistic drawing I made. It’s based on a still from Kurosawa’s “Seven Samurai.” It was drawn with a Schneider pen and a Sharpie on 9 inch x 12 inch 80 lb. paper.