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How do you draw pencil art? – Pencil Drawings Of Sugar Skulls

October 31, 2020

You know how you draw pen-art? When you’re painting and using colored pencil—when you have a brush—and you’re shading the whole page. For me, drawing is the same thing. All I’m doing is making the line. With pencil art it’s the first thing I draw. The line will probably be different for you. But all you have to do is put the pen on the paper, shade it, brush. Do it. It’s that simple.

Nrama: A quick follow-up on the title. We’ve seen a lot of stories in a very close-range, close-up kind of way. How do you think you’d respond if Marvel changed its stance on the size of an issue’s lead?

Snyder: I think it depends on how much you like to see your title page filled with the faces of your heroes.

Nrama: Is “Hitchhikers” one of the titles you’d like to get in the hands of someone who is willing to let his hero get eaten by an animal and then eat the rest? It’d be a fun change of pace for me anyway.

Snyder: No, it’s not. At the end of “Hitchhikers,” the hero dies and his corpse is dragged away by his enemies. So how hard is it to just write the hero out of the story? It’s not that easy for me. [Laughs] I’ll have the guys on the books get eaten and have their bodies eaten as well! It would be interesting. “Hitchhikers” was one of the things that I wanted to see change. For example, “Hobo vs. Wolverine” was a big, big success—not because it was a crossover to Marvel or even because of their popularity, but because I wrote it in my own little world so someone could see that a character they knew, who they loved, that they’d always liked, had his own world. The character is a little like me. I can’t do it without him, so how do I deal with that? How do I do a crossover story with someone who’s been a major character in their own universe?

Nrama: I’ve heard that most of the people writing your covers are looking for a more cinematic look. Does the book look to be “serious comic” but also like a film?

Snyder: It’s not the book that’s “cool.” It’s the story. It’s the story

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