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emmanuelxerxjavier
06-05-2016, 05:27 PM
Hi Guys,
here are some sample pages from spiderman sample script.
hope you guys like.
critiques and comments are very much welcome.

spiderman page 1
http://img13.deviantart.net/55de/i/2016/153/2/4/amazing_spiderman_page_1_marvel_sample_by_emmanuel xerxjavier-da4pssx.jpg

spiderman page 2
http://img07.deviantart.net/6b27/i/2016/154/e/2/amazing_spiderman_page_2_marvel_sample_by_emmanuel xerxjavier-da4u3o0.jpg

spiderman page 3
http://img14.deviantart.net/bde0/i/2016/155/f/b/amazing_spiderman_page_3_marvel_sample_by_emmanuel xerxjavier-da4yrgy.jpg

any commissions and if you are interested to work with me on some comicbook pitch or graphic novel, character designs, please pm me or email at: emmanuelxerxjavier@yahoo.com

online gallery:
http://emmanuelxerxjavier.deviantart.com/gallery

thanks a bunch for checking out my new samples.
-emmanuel

anthonypugh
06-05-2016, 06:10 PM
These are dope!! :banana:

jorgezeraba
06-06-2016, 01:26 AM
Pretty good! I would have shown hawkeye at the bottom panel of page 1 somewhere.
He jumps to quickly into page 2.
But otherwise, pretty good!

DJA
06-06-2016, 09:54 PM
Love these. They may be my favorite out of all that you've posted. looks great, brother!

emmanuelxerxjavier
06-09-2016, 01:05 PM
thanks guys... here are some more sample sequential with SpiderGwen sample script
https://z-1-scontent-lax3-1.xx.fbcdn.net/t31.0-8/s960x960/13350378_1044918038888659_3179518071464952039_o.jp g?_nc_eui=T83NOlqDMT5eoIgsRXR6bhs03qk

https://z-1-scontent-lax3-1.xx.fbcdn.net/v/t1.0-9/13407043_1044918048888658_7855663499793697650_n.jp g?_nc_eui=DzakU32CDShvcVB1RvFIw5d2Slg&oh=d1359b8d712a7c999a886e4b78afee6b&oe=57D5893E

https://z-1-scontent-lax3-1.xx.fbcdn.net/v/t1.0-9/13343089_1044918032221993_4878913844187816543_n.jp g?_nc_eui=CICOHcp9jQu4Sf-4IyhFB2cdeDo&oh=28c2bf750234b936d9014a7353e300ab&oe=58098183

https://z-1-scontent-lax3-1.xx.fbcdn.net/v/t1.0-9/13434750_1044918212221975_2817659057701103564_n.jp g?_nc_eui=tyqXTM1OtNd6wxWSlHIhEK46jw8&oh=b5826a9575c3b0f185e1e4a3e3d691d1&oe=57C4FD84

more artwork at:
http://emmanuelxerxjavier.deviantart.com/gallery

open for projects and commissions. please email me if interested.
email: emmanuelxerxjavier@yahoo.com

thanks for looking :).

Rob Norton
06-09-2016, 05:17 PM
these are pretty damn amazing. if I had any crits they would be super nitpicky minor shit that doesn't matter on any real level. id love to see your art inked by a real skilled inker..all finished up and pretty.

but these pencils are amazing work.

rob

MattTriano
06-11-2016, 09:57 PM
This is good work dude. There's an E at the end of 'VULTURE' FYI

emmanuelxerxjavier
06-12-2016, 12:49 PM
This is good work dude. There's an E at the end of 'VULTURE' FYI

thanks MattTriano, yeah, i know Vultur should have an E... wanted to make it a pun...

i saw your gallery, really awesome stuff! :).

The Spirit
06-12-2016, 06:56 PM
Very fluid figures and action. Great perspective and buildings!

MattTriano
06-12-2016, 09:33 PM
thanks MattTriano, yeah, i know Vultur should have an E... wanted to make it a pun...

i saw your gallery, really awesome stuff! :).

Thanks dude.

Renae De Liz
06-12-2016, 10:13 PM
Wow, these look fantastic! You're good to go. You could be working for Marvel or DC right now, in my opinion. The action is smooth, the energy of action is present, and the shot choices feel natural and well done.

I feel like there wasn't a showcase for faces in these samples, which is something I would want to see as a reader. To get a sense of your characterization and expressions. But that's just me.

Good job!

emmanuelxerxjavier
06-13-2016, 03:38 AM
Wow, these look fantastic! You're good to go. You could be working for Marvel or DC right now, in my opinion. The action is smooth, the energy of action is present, and the shot choices feel natural and well done.

I feel like there wasn't a showcase for faces in these samples, which is something I would want to see as a reader. To get a sense of your characterization and expressions. But that's just me.

Good job!

thanks Renae, i wish i could work with the big 2, i'd be happy if they'd email me back haha... i'd be happy even if i could get job with Dynamite, IDW, IMAGE or Darkhorse... but their submission policy is a bit vague and they never answer...:(.

making these samples is fun anwyay :har:...

yeah i guess i these set of samples had most of their faces covered...
i will attach some samples below with faces. but they are quite older samples.
https://scontent.fmnl4-5.fna.fbcdn.net/v/t1.0-9/12963761_1010707488976381_8740680900763801297_n.jp g?oh=8230f5c11d99b4874224e4e5dba80a3e&oe=57C90D9B

https://scontent.fmnl4-5.fna.fbcdn.net/v/t1.0-9/12994473_1010707455643051_4495791685059567467_n.jp g?oh=3f56884b2148f9f5ebfabed6be2862a6&oe=57C4E769

https://scontent.fmnl4-5.fna.fbcdn.net/v/t1.0-9/13007188_1010707518976378_7904956898312391145_n.jp g?oh=d90ba8f426f61000d3e67fb5b972a455&oe=57C25C81

https://scontent.fmnl4-5.fna.fbcdn.net/v/t1.0-9/12998479_1010707522309711_9147823404186664722_n.jp g?oh=b2bf9fd31ac4094580a4b66c8f39d92a&oe=57C9EE11

this ones i have posted before.
http://img14.deviantart.net/f5c8/i/2015/251/c/e/thor_sample_page_1_by_emmanuelxerxjavier-d98uxsz.jpg

http://img06.deviantart.net/0aec/i/2015/251/7/f/thor_sample_page_2_by_emmanuelxerxjavier-d98uxy1.jpg

http://img00.deviantart.net/ffc0/i/2015/251/c/a/thor_sample_page_3_by_emmanuelxerxjavier-d98uy29.jpg

Scribbly
06-13-2016, 09:51 AM
Excellent material. Ready for print. Look at it Editors and Publishers!
Crits: Beware with the cutting/cropping of hands or heads against panel's border.
Or making tangents with objects/ figures against panel's border as well.
As I see, you are doing this very often.
It stop the flow of action. Is needed to keep space or "air" between figures and panel's margin.
Mostly when these figures are not in close-up.
Rather than that, excellent material. Keep it up.

:kewl:

pandayboss
06-13-2016, 10:00 PM
Good actions! Great sequential! Totally awesome!:bounce::banana:

alonsomolina1985
06-14-2016, 10:30 AM
Damn! These pages are great! I love the flow of the action, and the level of detail you put on your backgrounds.

Other than those critiques other people have pointed out, I would add that there are a few panels with some proportion issues. On your third Thor page, panel 4, Jane's left shoulder seems too be to far from the base of the neck. And on your second Spider Gwen page, panel 5, when she is doing the backflip, her rip cage seems to be too thick. Then again, these critiques over so many pages and panels are minimal.

I'm sorry you are having trouble getting to editors. I'm on the same boat. I also tried DC, BOOM!, Skybound, Valiant, IDW and Dark Horse. I even went to ECCC to get portfolio reviews, but most of them said that I should just send them my samples through a general email at their webpage. And they never reply those.

emmanuelxerxjavier
06-14-2016, 03:49 PM
Damn! These pages are great! I love the flow of the action, and the level of detail you put on your backgrounds.

Other than those critiques other people have pointed out, I would add that there are a few panels with some proportion issues. On your third Thor page, panel 4, Jane's left shoulder seems too be to far from the base of the neck. And on your second Spider Gwen page, panel 5, when she is doing the backflip, her rip cage seems to be too thick. Then again, these critiques over so many pages and panels are minimal.

I'm sorry you are having trouble getting to editors. I'm on the same boat. I also tried DC, BOOM!, Skybound, Valiant, IDW and Dark Horse. I even went to ECCC to get portfolio reviews, but most of them said that I should just send them my samples through a general email at their webpage. And they never reply those.


i hear you man :(... i worked with BOOM... 1 gig then there was no project anymore... so here i am looking and looking again, making samples :), it's fun though, hopefully it can lead to something :D... can't give up on the things we love or hope for eh :D.

to all the guys who visited this thread, thank you very much for your time takng a look at my stuff :D. i really appreciate it, your thoughts and crits help me always to make better drawings.
hope you guys check out my other stuff on my next thread soon :D.:har:

Renae De Liz
06-16-2016, 08:32 PM
Looking at those older samples you posted, I REALLY like those and gives me a better sense as to your faces. There's a very slight manga influence in some of it and I really like that. I still think I would (if I were a employer) like to see more of your face-work. If you can nail a really good display of emotions you will set yourself apart from a lot of artists.

Have you submitted inked and colored work? I've noticed that many people hiring don't take the time to imagine the finished product (good talent scouts do, but many do not). Perhaps if you found a great inker/colorist who can bring your pencils to their best finished product, will that much quicker get you work. I would use "submission guidelines" as a guide only, not rules set in stone. Every publisher I've dealt with do not care about the fine print in terms of submission. Do what you need to do to present your work at the best finished quality and try turning that in with your pencils, just be sure it's great inking/coloring quality. It eliminates that hurdle for the employer to "see" the finished product.

emmanuelxerxjavier
07-16-2016, 04:21 AM
Looking at those older samples you posted, I REALLY like those and gives me a better sense as to your faces. There's a very slight manga influence in some of it and I really like that. I still think I would (if I were a employer) like to see more of your face-work. If you can nail a really good display of emotions you will set yourself apart from a lot of artists.

Have you submitted inked and colored work? I've noticed that many people hiring don't take the time to imagine the finished product (good talent scouts do, but many do not). Perhaps if you found a great inker/colorist who can bring your pencils to their best finished product, will that much quicker get you work. I would use "submission guidelines" as a guide only, not rules set in stone. Every publisher I've dealt with do not care about the fine print in terms of submission. Do what you need to do to present your work at the best finished quality and try turning that in with your pencils, just be sure it's great inking/coloring quality. It eliminates that hurdle for the employer to "see" the finished product.

Thank you Renae for the excellent advice.
i am currently doing a few sample page using batman sample script... i'm planning to ink and color them so i can show it to editors colored... you are right, it might be difficult to imagine how the pencils would turn out from inks to color, so maybe it would be best to ink and color them as well. Hopefully it would work :D.

here are some facial work i did but not with superhero characters.
http://img06.deviantart.net/5605/i/2016/123/f/c/doppleganger_page_1_inks_by_emmanuelxerxjavier-da18a94.jpg

http://img12.deviantart.net/6b29/i/2013/300/8/c/trohwb_series_page11_inks_by_emmanuelxerxjavier-d6ryvrn.jpg

http://img04.deviantart.net/35ee/i/2012/077/7/2/rn7_page_3_inks_by_emmanuelxerxjavier-d4t7o7q.jpg

here are some inked and colored stuff. (inks and colors by me)
http://img04.deviantart.net/bd13/i/2012/201/8/4/the_rest_of_heaven_was_blue_by_emmanuelxerxjavier-d580wz8.jpg

http://img00.deviantart.net/18f4/i/2012/228/f/e/over_view_jungle_of_vietnam_by_emmanuelxerxjavier-d5ba8dn.jpg

http://img11.deviantart.net/c2f9/i/2012/077/4/7/cut_scene_3_page1_colors_by_emmanuelxerxjavier-d4t7mgd.jpg