jinpei05 wrote:Humberto Ramos is a great artist, but his artwork is super stylized and needs to be paired with a particular writer or character that best suits his strengths. His work on Spectacular Spider-Man comes to mind.
Anyway, that's all moot. It's already been decided who's the worst comic artist is of all time: Rob Liefeld.
I was looking for my two favorite artists Humberto Ramos and Chris Bachalo and saw that they did two recent volumes of X-Men together.
It's not just that, but how his abs are even formed. It's like someone has never even seen human abdominal muscles before. Why is it larger on the top than the bottom? It looks less like he has abs, and more like he has segmented pecs.LiQuid wrote:It's totally awesome. Sabretooth is too hardcore for a sixpack. He rolls with a twelver, minimum.
It's pretty good for an American cartoon. This blows some of the Disney shit from that era out of the water. But I spent more time laughing at how wonky the characters moved/acted than anything else. I'm not that good at drawing and I'm pretty confident I could do a better job drawing/directing the art/scenes. I'm told though that the later seasons have a notable improvement to the animation quality though.LiQuid wrote:Also, did you see my post in the talk about whatever thread? I'm in the middle of the 90s X-men show too. 3 episodes into season 2. Aside from the silly, early 90's art (and face it guys, SO much art from that era is retarded, it's not just Liefeld), I think the quality of the show holds up really well compared to some of my other favorites from the era.
jinpei05 wrote:Fox Kids X-Men was pretty good until they decided to make Wolverine a born again Christian.
I'm not making that shit up. That really fucking happened.
Master Higgins wrote:I used to really like Humberto Ramos and Chris Bachalo. Can't stand either of them, now. I find their artwork impossible to decipher what's going on.
I'll be honest, I have never heard of Chris Giarrusso or his G-MAN comic, but I got to give him marketing props.
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