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Old August 2nd, 2007   joefixit2 is offline   #65
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Turns out that I'm going to be filling in on another issue of the Hulk, #111.


I'll post something more when I finally draw a page that doesn't include a major spoiler.
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Cool, glad to hear it!!!! Can you at least tell us if you will be able to draw more of the Hulk in this issue?
 
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Old August 4th, 2007   Leonard Kirk is offline   #66
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Cool, glad to hear it!!!! Can you at least tell us if you will be able to draw more of the Hulk in this issue?
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Not much Hulk so far. However, I'm only a couple pages in and I'm still waiting for the last part of the script. http://leonardkirk.comicbloc.com/?p=96

 
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Old August 19th, 2007   Leonard Kirk is offline   #67
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Some more stuff to preview... http://leonardkirk.comicbloc.com/?p=97



...and ZOMBIE HULK SMASH!! http://leonardkirk.comicbloc.com/?p=98

 
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Old August 20th, 2007   DABEARS is offline   #68
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Those look fantastic, Leonard. Really great!
 
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Old August 21st, 2007   jafabian is offline   #69
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Zombie Hulk. Just when ya thought you've seen it all.....
 
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Old August 21st, 2007   joefixit2 is offline   #70
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Zombie Hulk, Sentry, and Rick Jones. How can you get any better. Are you inking this yourself also?
 
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Old August 22nd, 2007   Leonard Kirk is offline   #71
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I was already lined up to pencil AND ink issue #111. The "Zombie Hulk" cover is just a second cover for the same issue.
 
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Old October 2nd, 2007   Leonard Kirk is offline   #72
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Default Heroes for Hire....

I'm doing some more fill-in work until we're ready to get moving on WARBOUND



Just clickety-click on the picture to see a little preview on my blog.
 
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Old November 18th, 2009   Leonard Kirk is offline   #73
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Aside from Dark X-Men, I got a call last week about doing some last minute fill-in work on the first issue of Nation-X. Eight pages penciled and inked by yesterday. I'm still amazed that I managed to pull it off.

I was told that the comic comes out December 2 but the Marvel site says it hits the shelves on December 9, same day as Dark X-Men #2. You can read a little more about it here.... http://marvel.com/news/comicstories....th_of_a_Nation There is one preview page in black and white but I'll go ahead and toss it in here in color....

...along with page 2.



 
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Old November 21st, 2009   Leonard Kirk is offline   #74
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And here's page 3.

 
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Old August 22nd, 2010   Cartoonists Workshop is offline   #76
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Paper Acting: Expressive Anatomy and Its Uses in Graphic Storytelling

Instructor: Leonard Kirk

A comic book artist, like a film director needs actors to tell his story. Cartoonists have to breathe life into their characters and the best way to do that is through their facial and manual expressions. From Will Eisner to Alex Ross artists working in the medium of comics have had to be expert in this regard.

In this course we will begin by learning simplified methods of drawing the complex shapes of the heads and hands. Basic anatomy will be covered. Students will use their own faces as reference and learn to utilize photo reference effectively. Exercises will involve the student producing short narrative pieces that involve characters showcasing the potential of human expression. If you want to learn to draw everything from grimaces involving bone crunching fisticuffs to the nuanced glances and feather touch of a romantic love scene this is the course for you!

A Hugo Award Nominee for best Graphic Story, Leonard Kirk has drawn Batman, Supergirl, the Legion of Superheroes and the Justice Society of America for DC Comics. For Marvel comics, for whom he is currently a contract artist Leonard has delineated the adventures of the Avengers, Captain Britain, the X-men and the Hulk. Somewhere in between he was the artist on Star Trek for Malibu Comics. To add to his list of prestigious assignments, he is currently the marquee artist on New Mutants for Marvel.

Start Date: September 16th, 2010 to October 28th, 2010

Time: Thursday Evenings 6:30pm.-9:30pm.

Length: 7 weeks of 3 hour classes

Cost: $350. plus H.S.T.

Contact: Sean Menard- 647-328-1656 E-mail: [email protected]
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