Time for some more J. Scott artwork in today’s installment.

One of several custom drawings I did for my “TALL” sketchbook, earlier this year. This one of The White Queen. Large sized Canson art paper (19 x 24 I believe, cut in half). Faber-Castell PITT artist Pens (Mostly S, XS and the fat B!) for the blacks & line-work, Sharpie Poster-Paint Extra Fine Point for the opaque highlights.

via J. Scott Campbell

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  1. J. Scott Campbell is one of my current favorite artists. He always seems to use a tilt, curve, or angle to bring a subtle but powerful presence to each of his pieces.

    That Mary Jane illustration from a few months ago totally had me hooked. This Emma Frost piece is pretty good too.

    Would love to see his take on Illyana.

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