Monday, August 16, 2010

Kirby Wrinkles










9 comments:

Roberto Severino said...

These posts on Jack Kirby just keep becoming better and better. Keep up the great work, John.

Lohen said...

Great for study. Kirby is brillant.

Archie said...

Hey John, is Kirby worth studying if i want to get a drawing?

RooniMan said...

Kirbys a fellow wrinkle-lover, eh?

David C. Matthews said...

What I always loved about Kirby was the cool machinery he'd fill the walls of laboratories with, like in the next-to-last panel. I first encountered Kirby's work in Fantastic Four #72, and fell in love with all the neat devices that filled Reed's lab.

Kevin Langley said...

More great Kirby. Which of Kirby's inkers do you prefer? I love Mike Royer's inking over Kirby.

marcushelbling said...

Wow! every time I try to draw wrinkles they just come out too out of place and ugly.

JohnK said...

Hi Kevin,

I like Joe Sinott, George Bell and the guy that inked the 60s Captain America...

I like some of the late 430s and 50s inkers too, but I don't know their names.

Victor Resistor said...

Have you tried Dynamic wrinkles and drapery by B. Hogarth? An amazing book!