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ASM 611, pg08-09 by EricCanete ASM 611, pg08-09 by EricCanete
These pages were up on my BLOG [link] and now they're here.

So... yeah. Enjoy.
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:iconkerong:
How dare you draw Spiderman like that? You're not supposed to be that creative!
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:iconericcanete:
According to the outraged critical experts (and I use that word very loosely), I can't draw perspective, my anatomy is so horrendous it crossed the line into offensive, and I should be banned from ever drawing their beloved superhero - a book/character that they have been a fan of since the beginning and how dare the Marvel editorial offices ever let me destroy their faith in this franchise.

All in a day's work.

And you're right- Ix-nay on the eative-cray.
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:iconkerong:
I'm sure the editors chimed in with sycophantic gestures of appeasement. I had to endure my fare share when I worked for them...all in a days work as you say! So maybe you can slow down some of your work say from being 200 years ahead to perhaps 50? At least you'll get the props you deserve while you're still alive. ;-)
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:icontheedge92:
theedge92 Mar 12, 2010  Student General Artist
very stylish and slick! Great stuff!
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:iconurban-barbarian:
Eric Land is filled with glorious kinetic energy. Our nation needs to siphon your mightiness!
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:iconravensdojo:
Damn!!! This fucking bananas!!! It's ALL perspectivy! Good shit!
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:iconrsj:
I can't believe someone at Marvel even printed this work. This is like, Marty McFly in a flying Delorean comic art. I can't imagine who they'd get to follow this act...
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:iconmonkeyfunkr:
Frikkin' LOVE the perspective on Spidey.
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:iconderecdonovan:
I loved your work on this issue, but Marvel dropped the ball on who they got to color you- not so good
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:iconericcanete:
I haven't seen the finished and completed issue. I'm sorry to hear that the color didn't meet your approval.

I did, however, see samples of a few pages before the whole thing went to press and I wasn't put off too badly by the images.

It's better than if I had colored them: I would've used 3 colors - maybe 4. Max. And I wouldn't have used neither red or blue. Hehe.
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