How Did TODD McFARLANE Make This? | ACG Vlog 05

Recently comic book artist Todd McFarlane posted an original drawing he did of Spider-Man from the run he did in the late nineteen eighties and early nineties.

It looks like he used a special technique to create the background-image. Maybe McFarlane simply used a photograph and put in the background, but maybe the background was drawn just like the rest. I’m not sure how he made this, so I made this short video in the hope one of you guys can shed some light on the subject.


The Mighty Power of Hercules and Artist Jim Mooney | ACG Vlog 04

A close look at classic Marvel Team-Up #28 by Gerry Conway and comic book artist Jim Mooney. A fun and a bit unbelievable story about the Amazing Spider-Man and the mighty Hercules.

I especially like the old school artwork of Jim Mooney (1919-2008). An artist who worked a lot in the Silver Age of comics and is known for drawing Supergirl and Spider-Man. He also inked a lot of Spider-Man comics, such as Spectacular Spider-Man, and the work of the young John Romita Jr. when he worked on Amazing Spider-Man in the early eighties.