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eBook Women: Selected Drawings  Illustrations, Book 2 (Frank Cho Women Selected Drawings  Illustrations Hc) download ISBN: 160706636X
Author: Geof Darrow,Frank Cho
Publisher: Image Comics; First Edition edition (February 5, 2013)
Language: English
Pages: 80
ePub: 1585 kb
Fb2: 1637 kb
Rating: 4.5
Other formats: lit doc lrf mbr
Category: Comics
Subcategory: Graphic Novels

Lots of Brandy and Cavewoman, including dozens of delightful nudes

Frank Cho – Women – Selected Drawings & Illustrations – Book 1 – 2 (2006-2013) : Frank Cho is one of the top modern masters of the female form, and this collects past and present illustrations featuring his luscious ladies. Lots of Brandy and Cavewoman, including dozens of delightful nudes. Cho is the award-winning creator of Liberty Meadows and Shanna the She-Devil. Free Comics Download.

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This book highlights the latest covers, pin-ups, illustrations, paintings and sketches by FRANK CHO, including art from his recent Liberty Meadows project. This book contains the images of women in various states of undress and in full cheesecake glory. Definitely not for the faint of heart and Tea-bag Republicans.

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The second art collection book by the internationally renowned and Emmy Award-winning master artist, Frank Cho, Women Book 2 highlights Chos latest covers, pin-ups, illustrations, paintings, and sketches, including art from his recent Liberty Meadows project. This artbook contains images of women in various states of undress. Издательство: Image Comics.

I love Frank Cho! He's a great illustrator and he draws women beautifully. Pound for pound one of the best there is. The 1st Women book was amazing! Tons of content.

This is the second art collection book by the internationally renowned and Emmy Award-winning master artist, FRANK CH.

This is the second art collection book by the internationally renowned and Emmy Award-winning master artist, FRANK CHO. This book highlights the latest covers, pin-ups, illustrations, paintings and sketches by FRANK CHO, including art from his recent Liberty Meadows project. Definitely not for the faint of heart and T -b g Republicans.

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Frank Cho. The second art collection book by the internationally renowned and Emmy Award-winning master artist, Frank Cho, Women Book 2 highlights Cho's latest covers, pin-ups, illustrations, paintings, and sketches, including art from his recen. The second art collection book by the internationally renowned and Emmy Award-winning master artist, Frank Cho, Women Book 2 highlights Cho's latest covers, pin-ups, illustrations, paintings, and sketches, including art from his recent Liberty Meadows project. Definitely not for the faint of heart and Tea-bag Republicans, this artbook contains images of women in various states of undress and in full cheesecake glory! show more.

The second art collection book by the internationally renowned and Emmy Award-winning master artist, Frank Cho, Women Book 2 highlights Cho's latest covers, pin-ups, illustrations, paintings, and sketches, including art from his recent Liberty Meadows project. This artbook contains images of women in various states of undress.
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Bloodfire
Frank Cho: Women- Selected Drawings Book Two gathers some of Frank Cho's finest drawings; some high lighting the models upon which he based the drawings, featuring details about the models, followed by renderings in black and white followed by what represents an attempt to show how the transition is made into color, as well as sketches made in pencil and those rendered in ink, by someone considered to be a rising star in graphic illustrations and constitutes a fine study of the female figure by an award winning artist; the finest black and white drawing with great detail which constitutes an excellent study in lighting, high lights and shadows being Seduction and the finest in ink being 50 Girls 50.

Highly recommended.
Felolv
It's a book of pinup art. Could it sit comfortably next to Moran, Elvgrin, Vargas, Mozert, De Berardinis?

Almost half of the book are color plates and that is a big improvement over the first book. Most of the color is digital by Nikos Koutsis, Nei Ruffino, Brandon Peterson, etc. The digital color is, for the most part, pretty average; not great, but not too bad either. One exception is "The Queen's Bath" with Brandon Peterson as the colorist. This is excellent and shows more attention to detail rather than simply using flood fills and gradients. But, truthfully, the best colorist is Frank Cho who has a few near the back of the book including a clean version of the cover which looks like it may have taken some inspiration from Gustav Klimt. All of the color plates have either the final pen & ink version or a preliminary sketch. The sketches are all good choices.

Yes, this book is two-thirds the size of it's predecessor and if you prefer quantity over quality then this may be a factor for you. It wasn't a factor for me.

There is no paper book cover on the hard bound edition which is a minor complaint and not worth knocking a star off.

There is a forward by Geof Darrow (Shaolin Cowboy) which is amusing and gives the book a little more character.

So I asked the question on how Cho's color pinups hold up next to other pinup artists... sadly, the digital coloring, with a few exceptions don't fare so well. Cho's own paintings, though, are just as good as any of the artists I've mentioned (although Olivia De Berardinis has a much broader vocabulary) and it was really nice to see some of that in this book.
playboy
I love Frank Cho! He's a great illustrator and he draws women beautifully. Pound for pound one of the best there is.
The 1st Women book was amazing! Tons of content. Tons of sketches. Tons of pin-ups. His work from Marvel to Liberty Meadows and beyond. The 2nd book is lack-luster by comparison. There isn't tons of content. On one side of the book are the sketches and on the other are the inked versions of the SAME SKETCHES! What you're really getting is half the content doubled (once penciled and then inked). It was a bit of a rip-off and I wouldn't recommend it for anyone looking for the BEST of Frank Cho's work.
Deeroman
In thIs second volume of his Women series Frank does it again. And by 'it' I mean provide our eyes with a smorgasbord of beautiful, strong and, at times, sensual and funny womanhood. These aren't wafer thin runway models, however. Lucky for us Cho likes his women with curves. Those curves might be plump butts or full breasts. They might be rounded shoulders and powerful thighs. Usually though, it's both.
Anasius
Best comic style pinup tutorial that i have found i would recommend this for anyone who enjoys drawing beautiful women
Oppebro
nicely arranged fragments, sketches and drawings by an outstanding artist of the latest generation great for education, inspiration, and imagination
Maximilianishe
Frank Cho is the man who loves his cheesecake but he also loves to draw and knows when to put a line down and when to leave it out. His technique is almost flawless and he improves by degrees. He's in a tenuous place where his popularity could lead to stagnation, and, in some ways that is starting to show. I'm sure many would be fine with that.
Not me.
He has a lot of promise and I hope he continues to push himself.
The content is fairly standard but even there he shows a love for rendering. The title leaves nothing the imagination as to its content. He has a singularly nice take on female form but he does need to consider mixing it up. To see him do a variety of attractive women should be his next goal but he is in comics so it's hard to imagine much pressure on his part to expand, and that's a shame. Catering to the fans who want a type, and define artists by that type is the dead end for innovation as an artist. Even a best selling popular one needs to look beyond the comfort zone and the, often, shallow demands of the fans to find the better artist residing in the recesses of a once creative drive.
Frank is very talented and he needs to show it by taking some risks.
That said, this is fine for what it, is but not for what it could be. That he does it so well is still very satisfying, as long as the viewer doesn't ponder those possibilities and opportunities being missed.
I love Frank Cho's' art style and this book doesn't disappoint.