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Drawings305 of 405Intriguing watercolor... Edit: author is Ferdinand LEEKE!original Norman Rockwell drawings?
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    Posted 6 years ago

    catburgler
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    There used to be a comic show promoter that ran shows along the east coast with stops in Niagara Falls N.Y. and other stops along the interstate. Just comics and sport card dealers primarily. He also brought in sport stars and comic artists as well. This Wolverine piece was used in a Marvel themed role play game in the 80's. Wolverine in pencil and ink with art by Bart Sears. He did alot of concept art for action figures as well ascomic work. If you remember the Cops toy line, that was his work.
    Love this piece purchased for. $15 us.

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    1. racer4four racer4four, 6 years ago
      One of the best things about comic art is the use of perspective. This is just so full of movement!
    2. catburgler catburgler, 6 years ago
      To racer4four....glad you enjoyed. You may be able to see Sears' edits to Wolverine's cowl earpieces. When I bought this from Sears, he commented that the ears were to big...different perspective. Take care.

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