Got a new tan sketchbook. So, as tradition dictates, Superman gets the first page.
Great George Reeves Superman!
Oh my goodness, that is one amazing art of George Reeves Superman!
great shading! I love the white highlights on the tan papeer
Wow that’s looks uper awesome™.
This is awesome! Maybe it’s just the coloring, but it seems like something you’d have on a plaque in a hall of fame. I like it a lot.
Apparently Supes gets page 2 as well.
On to the third entry in my tan sketchbook. Another Superman. Christopher Reeve this time.
And now, John Newton…not technically a Superman but still Clark Kent.
Those are beautiful! What did you use? Pastel? Pencils?
Yes. Pastel sketch pencils and regular graphite with a smudge stick. (Some say “blending stump”…but I say “smudge stick.”)
Next up for Superman is Gerard Christopher. Again, technically a Superboy but still Clark Kent.
And these are all so beautiful! Reeve is generally my favorite Supes, but your latest is my favorite of this sketch project!
I absolutely love all of these, @Z-A-C. They’re beautiful.
Props on the inclusion of the two TV Superboys as well.
He’s become a bit controversial, but Dean Cain was the Superman of the 90’s. I’ve still got some good memories of “Lois and Clark.”
Now for Tom Welling from Smallville. It’s weird to me when people don’t count him as a Superman actor.
Went on a small side path with this Bob Holiday sketch. From the original cast of “It’s a Bird, It’s a Plane, It’s Superman.” Don’t think his hair was actually this crazy.
And the 70’s tv version of “It’s a Bird, It’s a Plane, It’s Superman” David Wilson.
Next Superman is another Superboy. Johnny Rockwell from the never picked up 1961 pilot.
Next in my sketchbook is Ray Middleton from the 1940 Worlds Fair. I have never actually seen a good picture of him as Superman.