Friday, June 02, 2006

World's Finest - Finished Pencils


Thanks to everyone who guessed yesterday, and yes, the major changes I was referring to were Robin's chin and arm.

The changes in today's post should be pretty obvious with the background being finished, but can you spot the subtle changes to Robin's stomach and chin too? They're really subtle, but show just how much attention to detail Jim continues to put into the piece until the very end. And check out those speedlines!

If you haven't already, be sure to pick up SUPERMAN/BATMAN #26 too, to see the final inked, colored and lettered piece and also to show your support for Sam Loeb.

And if you're also in the Philadelphia area this weekend, stop by the convention center to have Jim, Michael Turner and Geoff Johns sign your copy too!

The finished and inked original art for this piece will also be auctioned off, along with the art from the rest of the issue, at the Wizard World Chicago show on August 4th-6th where Jeph Loeb will be on hand as the Guest of Honor!


tyldak said...

Awesome as always. Any chance we might see it inked?

Neo said...

Jim, your pencil work is just greeeeat! Talk about attention to detail.True works of art!
Thanks for sharing this with us Eddy.

DC said...

As always, the backgrounds blow everyone away. But I would have preferred his original chin position.

.just.a.ghost. said...

Major changes? I thought this would be like a where's waldo? and have some really cool major changes... what a let down!

But it is what I get for playing on the internet and not working.

OneBadApple said...

thanks for posting these eddy. awesome to see these next to each other and in hi-res.

Raul said...

Jim it is really important to me contact with you, could you please send me an e-mail to ?

Thanks for all,
Raul Lopez

Fred said...

Hi Jim
here is your gang from Avignon, writting under the shade of the Pope Palace. Your work is always very best.
We did appreciate the fact that you intended to hear from us. So I give you my personnal e-mail :
We would love to see you again.
Vincent and Fred.