Walkman Sin City

Walkman Sin City

WALKMAN SinCity

 

 

Greetings Dieselfunkateers!  A quick post.  Work continues on projects as I progressively focus to improve in multiple areas, specifically INKING.  Over the weeks I was reminded of this project I did way back in 1988 for a Hunter College student Newspaper called The Shield.  My editors, starting with Mary Kay Penn, and Carol Webster, allowed me to do my thing in a project titled “WALKMAN”.  I tackled the ideas of race and misrepresentation in the late 80s NYC.  I wanted to do something cool visually and thought of this art style that would be a blend between Bourne Hogarth’s silhouette ink style, Wally Wood, Spain Rodriguez and R Crumb.  After 4 episodes of Walkman I moved on to other things but always felt I would use that art style again.

But then Frank Miller did Sin City.  It’s not who does i first.  It’s who delivers to market first.  HA!

Or at least that was my thought as a younger dude.  Now, I wear Dad jeans without shame (I think I own Dad jeans:-)  So decided to take a stab in a bit of reverse engineering…with MARV

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Mcgowans Wildfire

Mcgowans Wildfire

McGowan’s WILDFIRE

 

Greetings Dieselfunkateers!  Work in the labs continue.  Another Black Comics creator image.  Quinn McGowan’s PROJECT WILDFIRE is an AWESOME yet heartfelt take on the reluctant hero, Will Watson III, rising to the cause.

Oh yeah, HAPPY BIRTHDAY Quinn!

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