20161031 – 1981 – Just How Strong Is… Spider-Man? — Marvel Comics of the 1980s

From Amazing Spider-Man Annual #15
Script and layouts by Mark Gruenwald, finished art by Bob Layton

 

From Amazing Spider-Man Annual #15 Script and layouts by Mark Gruenwald, finished art by Bob Layton

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Avengers West Coast #50, page 11 by John Byrne & Mike Machlan & Bob Sharen. 1989.

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20160511 – Captain America: Civil War – Full Cast Poster Revealed By Paolo Rivera

And lastly, a huge thanks to the Marvel Visual Development crew for not only giving me a tour of […]

The poster features the dueling sides in all their digitally painted glory on the upper portion but also features a small portrait of each of the actors beneath it. The print is 16 x 24 and took over 200 hours to finish. Rivera says « I had planned on painting this one in gouache, but I was running short on time and decided to do it digitally. »

The post also shows the sepia bases for the portraits and even a photo of him posing for reference so he could get the Spider-Man just right. He also thanks the team at Marvel Studios, saying: « Also, a huge thanks to the producers, especially Nate Moore, for getting me on the project and helping me through the process. And to my wife, April, who did the graphic design! (Thanks, babe!) And lastly, a huge thanks to the Marvel Visual Development crew for not only giving me a tour of the studios, not just making the movies look amazing, but making me feel like part of the team. Oh, and thanks to Kyle T. Webster, whose Photoshop brushes made the process so much easier. »

Source : Captain America: Civil War – Full Cast Poster Revealed By Paolo Rivera