Great angles in those shots, Steve, and wonderful inkwashes! :DThose 40s car are fun to draw, aren't they? :DCheers,Francesco
Agree with Francesco 100% Camera angles are amazing.The Red skull close shot is really frightening
Loved every panel of the issue. I noticed much more shadows/deep blacks and it just works perfectly.
Keep on posting such articles. I love to read blogs like that. By the way add more pics :)
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Steve - Are you still coming back to the regular Cap book?
Love the depth and heavy black work.
What a great issue, Steve, loved it. I particularly enjoyed the frst full Cap scene ith the suit on, that panel is perfect. And the page where the angel goes searching for nazis...wow. I love the gritty feeling you give to the classic character. And to top it all, the scenes with the skull introduction and cap fighting at the docks, or that last panel, him walking while the Angel is looking, are really intense.You made me reread it to look at your art, something I rarely do (unless it's a Big John comic...)Keep it up!Sam
Brim over I agree but I dream the collection should have more info then it has.
Another gorgeous work, Mr. Epting. The Marvels Project is a masterpiece.I am going to miss your talent on Captain America.Fingers crossed to see you drawing the Spider Man someday.
Thanks for the comments everyone. Sorry I've been away from blog so long.
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