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What they say: Draw! #22 (84 pages with COLOR, $7.95) presents an in-depth interview with one of the top inkers of the modern age, SCOTT WILLIAMS! From his days at Marvel and Image, to his work with JIM LEE on such pivotal series as “Batman: Hush”, Scott discusses his working process with editor Mike Manley, and shows he’s an accomplished solo artist in his own right (as evidenced by this issue’s striking cover). Then, Danny Fingeroth interviews superstar writer/artist FRANK MILLER about his career and working methods, including samples of Miller and KLAUS JANSON’s working process, showing examples of their work from thumbnails and pencils to finished inks. Plus, there’s another installment of MIKE MANLEY and BRET BLEVINS’ “Comic Art Bootcamp”, a “Rough Critique” of a newcomer’s work by BOB McLEOD, product and art supply reviews by “Crusty Critic” JAMAR NICHOLAS, and more!
What I say: Draw is another fine magazine from the folks at Two Morrows. This mag is dedicated to the comic book artist and those who want to learn comic book art. This issue starts off with a fantastic interview with inker extraordinaire Scott Williams. Williams discusses everything from working with Jim Lee to technique. Then we have a Comic Book Boot Camp with Mike Manley about illustrating fantasy artwork. We then move on to a great Frank Miller Interview followed by a feature of Frank Millers artwork before inks and after inks. It gives a very interesting look at the process between collaborators.
This jam packed issue wraps with Ink reviews by The Crusty Critic and tips for newbies by industry vet Bob McLeod. All articles are full of illustrations and this is a great looking magazine.
Draw #22: 8/10