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Pencil art and ink art from the upcoming Hulk #9

Wednesday, October 15th, 2008

Frank-Cho Hulk pencil ink

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People ask me how tight I pencil before I ink my art. The answer is: My pencils are loose. Very loose. In many ways, it’s more of a breakdown than pencils.
That’s why I don’t use and can’t use inkers. I do half my drawing during the inking phase.

Here’s an example of my pencil art and the ink art from the upcoming Hulk #9.
Note the changes I made during the inking process.

— Frank Cho

Wolverine’s package

Wednesday, October 22nd, 2008


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Many of you don’t know that I do lot of commercial work on the side – namely movie storyboards, concept art, script writing, gallery painting and now toy art.

This year, I had the good fortune and pleasure of working for Hasbro, illustrating the package art for their upcoming Marvel toy line. It was a fascinating and delightful experience, which I could do more in the future.

Here are couple of Wolverine art that I screwed up on. They were rejected simply that it didn’t fit on their specially designed package box.

— Frank Cho

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Meet Frank Cho! Comics and Friends Labor Day Grand Opening Sept. 5, 2009 12 p.m. to 5 p.m.

Saturday, August 29th, 2009

Frank Cho, Comics and Friends, Ohio

Frank Cho, fabulous creator of Liberty Meadows and artist of New Avengers and Shanna the She-Devil, is coming to the Comics and Friends comic shop in the world-famous Great Lakes Mall in Mentor, Ohio, for an exclusive book signing. Frank is winner of numerous awards including the prestigious National Cartoonist Society Award for Best Comic Book and Book Illustration. Limit two signatures. You may bring your personal copies for signing, and Comics and Friends will have a wide assortment of Frank Cho comics and books on hand. (Frank will be doing signatures only.)

Comics and Friends is located at 7850 Mentor Ave, Mentor, Ohio, in the mall right next to Macy’s.

For more info visit or call 440-255-4242

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