CROSSHATCHINGCarlo Pagulayan's Online Journal and Portfolio
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I had this image idle in my hard drive for quite some time now. Originally I had planned to paint the background as well, but I needed to have it done as fast as possible as this has a chance of being printed in a French Magazine. They didn’t commission this piece though, just something I had wanted to know if I could do.Spideyswing

It originally started of as a speed paint during one of those periods that i was conceptualizing scenes for Planet Hulk. Way back, it has always been a frustration to come up with a pose for Spider-man as quickly as possible. He has always been the most dynamic character in comics (IMO). So testing myself, I came up with this pose. I imagined him breaking inertia while in mid-swing…

The decision to paint him with the movie costume was much later. And that took quite some time as I was dreading the detail of his costume. Fortunately I found an efficient enough method to make the process well… efficient. But still not efficient enough as you can see; I still had to use a picture for the background.

It was only necessary that I grab a font that is very similar to the movie font :D

All in all it was really fun to draw. And I do hope you like it as well

About Carlo

I am a freelance comic book illustrator based in the Philippines and have mostly contributed work for Marvel Comics. I do mostly pencil works for interiors and covers, but have also expanded to digital painting and colors and the occasional digital sculpting.
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One Response to Spider-man Movie Fan Art

  1. joan spike says:

    i think that your art is not only interetsing and dynamic but oddly motivating. i’m hoping to see more

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