Just a quick warmup sketch while I’m working on my submission.
Today’s Wally Wood panel is a diagram (?) At eye level. I don’t really know what that means.
I feel like I’m missing something by practicing the Wally Wood panels without surrounding panels. The idea behind these panel suggestions is that they provide a quick way to create interesting panels when in need if some visual interest. Take this one for example. I had to slightly rotate the image to create what I felt was a more interesting image. Before, Wolvie here was just straight 90°. I think the slight tilt accentuates the walk. What do you think about these exercises?
Okay, I’m trying to figure out this Wally Wood panel. Is suppose to be dark foreground character, background character in white Ben Day dots. Anyone have some good examples to study?
2 characters in profile, no background is one of the Wally Wood panels to use.
The next exercise is the extreme closeup.
Continuing practice on the Wally Wood “panels that work,” I’m trying out the back of head, part of face panel.
Practicing Wally Wood’s 22 panels that work. Starting with the big face panel.