Long time ago… in a cabin far away.
My enthusiasm to the cartoon stories and heroes, has always been really intense.
I’ve been drawing from the cartoons using magazines as drawing model.
Spider-man has always been one of my favorite characters to draw.
Probably turning from ninjas to Spider-man was logical step.
All those cool poses which Spider-man had when swinging around the pages.
Sure I did draw tons of pages from Donald the duck and Garfield, but MCU… I loved since I was kid.
Spawn and Hellboy came to my drawing table, when I found first magazines from library.
DC-universe also was fun to draw, especially Batman and Joker. Superman and Aquaman wasn’t my choice.
Weird thing about Gwen and Spider verse is that, I started to draw those after the movie and game on PlayStation.
I just admire the idea of mixing all the different universes together.
After multiverse, I have noticed myself drawing Spider-Ham and other goofy characters.
All those fans along the times, who have make drawings where they mix different heroes are so dope.
World is filled with all those talented artists, who think outside the box.
Like seen on the first picture, also Star Wars heroes and villains have been on my sketch table for so long time.
I’ve been drawing Luke, Chewie, and stormtroopers since I first time saw the movies.
Never I have seen magazines about the Star Wars, but it has not stopped me.
Sure, when you talk about Star Wars, you have to mention Darth Vader and all those badass Sith Lords.
Usually when I was drawing Sith Lords, they had red faces and lots of biomechanical parts.
Talking about the robots… Terminator and Robocop have been my favorites since I was starting my life at sketching artist.
Spider-man vs Shang-chi drawing came after the Shang-chi movie.
He did look WAY different in the movie that I remembered.
Cartoon version of him was more tougher looking than in the big screen version.
Still, I have seen only one cartoon with this team.
Learning to draw is always copying characters from the pages.
Read, watch and learn…