Art For Art’s Sake # 74 – The Schnick, Snap, Paul Smith One

Assuming there’s not been a zombie apocalypse/ alien invasion/ giant mutant ants taking over the world (frankly anything’s possible these days), we hope you’re safe and well and ready for a little art to roll across your eyes. Yep, it’s Art for Art’s Sake –

Corto Maltese: Tarot by Hugo Pratt

Zenith by Robert Sammelin

Viviane Schwarz – sketching on the Underground (you know, back when there were people around!)

Grayson #1Andrew Robinson

Dazzler by Amy Reeder

Asumiko Nakamura – beautiful work…

Bat Fun by Jon Morris

Marcos Martin – Batgirl

Love this Batman Streets of Gotham cover – Dustin Nguyen

Bill Sienkiewicz – Cerebus

Annie Wu – Black Canary

Bobby Rubio – FF

Tess Fowler

Jim Mahfood does The Dark Knight Returns

Thomas Boatright – Shadow & The Bat

Tom Fowler does the Multiple Man

Tula Lotay‘s Supreme – Blue Rose covers

Vera Brosgol

Back in 1983, deep into Chris Claremont’s run on The Uncanny X-Men, I first came across Paul Smith’s artwork and instantly fell in love with it. Supreme work, incredible line, a smoothness that I adore to this day.

And little old me, even at just 12 years old, could still tell that this is one amazing action sequence from Uncanny X-Men #173. And I look at it today and I still get that same old rush from it. It’s choreographed so wonderfully well, every motion, every angle that Smith shows is just perfection.

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