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eBook Cover Run: The DC Comics Art of Adam Hughes. Adam Hughes download ISBN: 1848568509
Author: Adam T. Hughes
Publisher: Titan Publishing Company 1/1/2 (2010)
Language: English
Pages: 208
ePub: 1345 kb
Fb2: 1808 kb
Rating: 4.2
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Category: Comics
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Preliminary cover for my upcoming Art Of coffee table book.

Preliminary cover for my upcoming Art Of coffee table book. Fantastic as anticipated but whens the next one coming out and the one of all your art for Marvel Comics, and the one of all your other assorted art like tomb raider and for Image etc? I need more!!! Reply. Mr Hughes, you are such a master at the female figure, and I am struggling like crazy trying to master the human figure, so I wanted to ask, can you please please please make a "how to draw" book for wanna be comic book artists? oh and any advice on how much we should be drawing per day to improve?

Adam Hughes is all kinds of AWESOME! I am a late comer to his art yet it grips . So although all works delivered by Adam Hughes are astonishingly beautiful in form, that's not what's impressive in them.

Adam Hughes is all kinds of AWESOME! I am a late comer to his art yet it grips me all the same as those who have years under their belt with AH. Both the dust jacket and the actual image on the cover of the book (its even IN COLOR!, how often does that happen?!) are simply stunning, just another adjective to describe the art of Adam Hughes. AH imagines scenes that turn fantasy characters in real figures, real persons.

Cover run: the DC comics art of adam hughes. DC Designer series wonder woman by adam hughes statue. Harley quinn red, white & black: harley quinn by adam hughes statue. Gen 13: ordinary heroes. Named one of the best books of the year by Paste Magazine, Comics Beat and others, the Unity Saga continues! tags.

Collecting the best of Eisner Award winner Adam Hughes's spectacular, sexy covers for WONDER WOMAN, CATWOMAN and other DC series.

Adam Hughes is an American comic book artist and illustrator who has worked for companies such as DC Comics, Marvel Comics, Dark Horse Comics, Lucasfilm, Warner Bros

Collecting the best of Eisner Award winner Adam Hughess spectacular, sexy covers for WONDER WOMAN, CATWOMAN and other DC series.

Collecting the best of Eisner Award winner Adam Hughess spectacular, sexy covers for WONDER WOMAN, CATWOMAN and other DC series. Cover Run: The DC Comics Art of Adam Hughes Issue Cover Run: The DC Comics Art of Adam Hughes Issue

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Issue Number: HC Publisher: DC Comics Cover: June 2010, 3. 9 Origin: United States, English Format: Color, Hardcover, 208 pages.

Comments: (7)
ZEr0
What can I say that others have not already said? Adam Hughes is all kinds of AWESOME! I am a late comer to his art yet it grips me all the same as those who have years under their belt with AH. Both the dust jacket and the actual image on the cover of the book (its even IN COLOR!, how often does that happen?!) are simply stunning, just another adjective to describe the art of Adam Hughes. Wonder Woman may be the most popular character among his works, but Catwoman stands her ground firmly in these pages, with minor appearances by Supergirl, Poison Ivy, and Harley Quinn. Rose Stone is also featured here, as well. There are a few dudes within, maybe you've heard of them; Batman, Superman, no profound appearances but they do demonstrate Hughes' ability to articulate men to his audience.

5 stars? Shoot, I'd give it 1'000'000 stars if Amazon permitted! A million stars, no diggity, no doubt.
Arlelond
I've been a fan of Adam Hughes for a long long time, I was still in high school when I bought my first issue of Ghost, penciled then when he was lesser known but still amazing. I no longer really read comics, though I do occasionally pick one up when the cover art grabs my attention and I was never too big into DC; this book, even so, is worth every penny.
It shows not only a much wider range of covers than I'd thought it would but also manages to capture a lot of his growth as an artist. From the days when he was a bit more generic up until he began to showcase his distinctive and beautiful "good girl" technique.
My favorite part of AH is that he manages to convey so much with so little. A lot of artists tend to pack in the detail and while they too tend to have some great work, I'm always amazed by Adam's ability to capture moods and gesture with a few well-placed lines.
I have only one complaint and I know that it's invalid. It's not enough! I need more, lol. I realize that this book covers his cover work on the DC universe but I want to see all of it. No doubt we'd end up with a book that would be large enough to ground a 757 and every UPS man would rue the day he was born but oh, I would live in the shadow of their hatred for such a volume.
For anyone into comics, Pin-ups, Adam Hughes or just great art; I sincerely recommend this book, even if you're just thinking it might be worth taking a look at, it is, take a look!
heart of sky
It was worth every penny. I read it from cover to cover...twice. The artwork was gorgeous...his run on Wonder Woman breathtaking. His work is not only beautiful, but funny and intelligent as well. His pencil sketches are detailed and enlightening and show an artist that is meticulous and hardworking. What a joy it must be to be his editor and to be the first one to open these works of art on a computer.

The text is fun to read and feels like a good friend is sitting next to you showing his portfolio... self-effacing about what is obviously extremely talented work.

The only thing that bugs me is that I wished he had expanded on techniques. He would briefly discuss some of the digital techniques he discovered while working....which only tantalized us fellow artists that work in a digital environment. Maybe he will publish a book on Photoshop painting techniques...we can only hope.
Thundershaper
Great art and developmental sketches behind one of the most amazing comic book artists of our time. It's fascinating to see the rough sketches and potential alternate directions that these classic covers could have taken as well as read some of the commentary from Adam Hughes himself on what lead him to choose a direction and his artistic process in general. If you're a fan of Adam Hughes and his good girl art then this is a great book to have on your shelf.
Whitestone
This book is so good! I bought it in December last year, and I was blown away by a bunch of his colorful art. On each page, he typed down what happened to him, and what he was struggling with. In the first few pages, he explained his experiences in drawing both interiors and comic covers when he was young. He did about 35 issues (both covers AND interior pages) in the first four years. 35 issues is a lot! As I was reading through the whole book, he had great advices and secrets! Anyway, after 200-something pages, I wanted to read it again for inspiration.

In comparison of this book and other art books, this one still stands as the best art book hands down! After all the artbooks I looked into, I always turn myself to Cover Run, because of such quality he put in his work. Even after looking into Jim Lee's Icons or Alex Ross's Mythology, I STILL go back to looking at the pretty pictures Adam put in Cover Run.

Great book. A lot of fun. Beautiful art. Great writing. Worth every cent!

Brandon
Anayalore
Today isn't that hard to make beautiful illustrations. With the help of the correct software almost any artist can deliver realistic portraits and landscapes.

So although all works delivered by Adam Hughes are astonishingly beautiful in form, that's not what's impressive in them.

AH imagines scenes that turn fantasy characters in real figures, real persons. The relaxation seen in Power Girl's face when she's flying on her back, it's the same as anyone leisurely swimming. The pain and shame of Selina Kyle being mugshoted in the police precinct is the same as any master criminal would feel being caught. The mix of boredom and despair on Superman face while Lois Lane interviews Wonder Woman is fabulous! The terrifying madness of thorn is palpable. The "I am a goner" look of the pilot seeing WW flying toward him!

Each of AH works is a masterpiece with hidden meanings, secret stories and infinite drama, joy, pleasure or pain...and frequently with loads of humor.

Adam Hughes may be slow to deliver, but he knows his weakness. We, his public, know his strengths.

Keep up with the good job Dr. Frankenstein (yes, this is for you AH)...like him, you also created life from characters that don't exist.