Monday, 18 June 2018

Another Gamma blast from the past!

Here's another piece of artwork from 1998, this time featuring the Gray, Green and Maestro Hulk's in a variation of Jack Kirby's iconic cover to the Incredible Hulk #1. Ironically enough, I would go on to do another recreation for the cover... this time professionally for the official DVD release of the 1966 Incredible Hulk cartoon, which was also used for an official Marvel t-shirt! I'd have never dreamt I'd have been so lucky to do that while drawing this piece back in my uni days!
Above: Hulk... Past, Present, and Future Imperfect. Drawn in 1998.
Below:Cover for the official UK DVD release of the 1966 Hulk cartoon...
this ever lovin' Hulk was also used for an official Marvel t-shirt!


Sunday, 17 June 2018

Leakin' Lubricants!

Here's one of my favourite Transformers... Generation One Ironhide, drawn in the style of the classic Transformers Universe handbook from Marvel. A big part of my love for this character has to be the voice he had in the G1 cartoon (portrayed by Optimus Prime himself, Peter Cullen)!

Alt Modes by Ian Akin and Brian Garvey from the Official Transformers Universe handbook.

"That's right, Spike... for once it ain't the Hulk!"

"Hulk loves Bambi!"

Now here's a blast from the past! I drew these pages way back in 1998 while studying at university... twenty years ago! These were inked completely with a fine Windsor and Newton brush in Indian Ink, and coloured using watercolours. I decided to re-letter these in Photoshop (due to my awful hand lettering at the time!). I hope you enjoy this classic Hulk from yours truly!