The reason villains are more interesting is simple: they often have a very interesting personality and back-story! I find the heroes to be a bit boring, same old thing over and over... Different back-stories but they are somewhat predictable, unlike the villains that often surprise us with their vivid imagination when it comes to doing evil deeds!
Oh yes...The amazingness of villains...I do love villains as well...Because when my friends bring up the subject of Spider-Man/Batman...Villains are all I talk about mainly...And I'm sure it annoys my friend sometimes!
see I'd have to say something on this. I like watching usually, but I LOVE when people can just sit back and play with a marker and a biro. Seriously- It honestly torques me when they say that ball points only make throw away pics GOOD ON YEH!
I need to give you a few pointers on how to draw! Jease!!! First You need to warm up the pen by stirring your cup of coffee with it, and sit under the table... the whole point is so that the ink flows better when you draw everyone under the table!!!
Ballpoint pen and black marker... And not a single mistake to speak of...
Are you sure you're human? These are too amazing to be anything but superhuman. I really do enjoy these villains, they seem like the cream of the crop to me, and you captured them perfectly with every picture you drew. This is a fantastic montage of villains. I salute you, sir!
it truly amazes me how well you capture the three dimensional qualities of faces. every curve, fold and lick of flesh you just render beautifully! Penguin's neck (or chins) I could marvel at for ages. You're on another level, sir. Teach me.
Do you tend to prefer ballpoint pen and black marker over pen w/nibs and inkwell w/brush? I think the first are more fast as they aren't so stop and go if at all. Having to refill all the time with the later I think makes it harder to get into a flow with your hatching.