Saturday, November 23, 2013
Saturday, November 16, 2013
Joe asked fans for input on what to draw for a sketch and chose Link from the Legend of Zelda. Check out his awesome rendition.
Here's what Joe had to say about it.
Here's what Joe had to say about it.
**"HEY!" "LOOK!"** ( Navi voice ) My take on Link from the Legend of Zelda games. It's sort of an amalgamation of all the versions of Link from all the games. I like young Link for some reason, more than the 'badass' older Link. Go figure!
This was so much fun I'm going to hit some of the other characters on the massive list you all generated in the coming weeks. Inhuman has me pretty swamped, but I will make it happen!
Thanks so much for the support over the years! I truly feel blessed to still be doing what I love, and that you guys still want to see it. Your excitement gets *ME* excited. Couldn't do it without you. Seriously. *THANK YOU!*
Wednesday, November 06, 2013
Just a heads up that Joe Madureira is contributing to a kickstarter project called "Masters of Anatomy." It seems like a really cool book and if you're an artist or have a desire in learning to draw the anatomy of people it's definitely worth supporting/buying.
Masters of Anatomy is a one-of-a-kind anatomy book drawn by 100 animators, illustrators and comic book artists. It features work from world-class artists like Humberto Ramos, Francisco Herrera, Pascal Campion, Florian Satzinger, Warren Louw, Loish and many others. The result is a volume unlike anything that exists today. A must have for any aspiring artist; digital or traditional.
Support this Kickstarter here - www.kickstarter.com/projects/1302528630/masters-of-anatomy
Thursday, October 31, 2013
Today Joe Madureira posted a concept sketch for fans to drool over in anticipation for the new Marvel series Inhuman. Here's what he had to say.
Check out this exploration drawing I did for Medusa (Inhuman) ! Just thinking about different ways she might use her hair. Nothing's officially approved, just exploration. I'll post more soon!
Wednesday, October 09, 2013
Joe Madureira has finished his two new Battle Chasers sketches for the New York Comic Con. They'll be 11x17 prints available in Artists Alley table L2. Signing times are 10:30am-12:00pm and 3:00pm-4:30pm Friday-Sunday during the New York Comic Con. Joe also answered a few questions about the prints.
1) Yes, Monika's boobs have gotten a little smaller (!)
2) Poor Garrison was going to be featured in his own print, but I didn't have time, and he ruined the composition of the team shot. So--I promise I'll do one of him for the next show. I didn't forget him!
3) I will look into some sort of online store where you can buy stuff without going to a convention.
4) These two particular prints are grayscale and resemble penciled line art on an 11x17 bristol board. Ie. It looks like pencils. I will have 3 other full color prints available that some of you may have seen at SDCC.
5) Yes, I do hope to get back to Battle Chasers someday. I do still love these characters, which I hope is evident in these drawings. And honestly, I don't know that I'd ever consider reviving a book that was 12 years old if it wasn't for all the insane protesting that you guys do. So--thanks.
Monday, October 07, 2013
I don't know about the rest of you but I can't wait to see the finished product of this Battle Chasers sketch! Joe will have a new sketch for the New York Comic Con that starts on this Thursday October 10. I think it may top his Red Monika sketch from last year.
Sunday, September 15, 2013
Over at Comic Book Resources they've posted some preview pages of Savage Wolverine #8. Joe Madureira's art looks great! Check out the pages below and purchase Savage Wolverine #8 this Wednesday!