Now and Then

I have been itching to rework some of my older paintings. Stuff I did almost ten years ago with my rough skills, and the subject matter were for the most part comic book related. This one is Magneto from the X-Men books, the image is based mostly on a trading card I had back then which I have since lost. The face and helmet definitely could have used more work/detail. Some minor touching up on the body, outstretched hand, cape and maybe the background. The first one is before the changes, and below is after. What say you? Comments, tips, money accepted. 



  1. Looks done to me, maybe put a shine mark or two on the helmet. Move on to Captian America. I have a Pokemon figure I’m going to paint as a still life. And a Lego girl. Fun stuff, I like your Xmen guy.

    1. Yeah, think that’s all it needs really. A little dab will do lol

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