coppervale (coppervale) wrote,

Good Artists Should Be Versatile

Drawn in 1989 (before I was twenty) when I was still trying out different life tracks, and choosing what I really wanted to focus on. This was a couple of years after PRYDERI TERRA, and a couple of years prior to STARCHILD. I had done some portfolio stuff for DC Comics, and was in the midst of pitching First Comics' Classics Illustrated line to do Silas Marner and The Iliad - but my ties to (and love of) the great Disney comics were deep and strong.

I loved Superman. I loved Swamp Thing. But I could also draw a wicked cool Uncle Scrooge.


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