Paintings by Kent Williams. Los Angeles.
these are too awesome.
Amazing. So expressive.
I don’t know why this reminds me of all the illustrations that distracted me in my history books. Somehow they were relevant to the material but really who wants to read history when you can just look at pictures.
Yea I’m a big fan of Kent Williams. He comes form a long list of painters and illustrators that we’re taught under Barron Storey. If you like Kent you should also look up George Pratt, Jon J Muth, Bill Sienkiewicz and Dave Mckean. I remeber going to pratt studying drawing, and the professors would tell me Kent Williams and George Pratt went to Pratt. I was delighted to hear the news haha.
yea Sienkiewicz is a personal fav, i was actually going to scan in pages from my Elektra Assassins for a post on him
Yea I’m Sienkiewicz successor, Ill show you some panels. HAHHA
like 3. ,but somehow don’t like all together. something 4 me there feels bad ..
fantastic, reminds me of Egon Schiele.
I’ve always enjoyed looking at Kent’s paintings. So much going on. It would be really cool to watch him paint.
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