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Darren Taylor
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PS. Is it betraying your original run to say that I see this finished in my head by Palmer(Hidden years), rather than Austin? (Please don't hurl things!)  
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I am a sucker for Wolverine in the Savage Land. Favorite story by my favorite artist what a cool surprise to see this morning. That’s a killer drawing, lots of energy, well done sir. With such dynamic energy the first person to come to mind as the inker is Walt Simonson, that would be too cool. Of course, while I’m dreaming, what’s Mr. Austin up to today : )



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Jim Warden immediately suggested Mark Farmer. And since this is complete fantasy, I wondered about Walt Simonson.
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In terms of process, does the entire drawing start similar to Wolverine's right arm, and then you go from there / "fill things in"?

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Yes, it all starts light and loose, and then I layer in the weight and detail.

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Has JB ever been inked by Mignola or Kevin Nowlan? My memory isn't what it used to be, so I honestly can't remember. 
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One is not inked by Kevin Nowlan, one is redrawn.

The results are usually stunning, but my ego is too frail for that!

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Yeah, that’ll do
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Darren Taylor
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Out there suggestion...Barry Windsor Smith! (Him, not the studio)

 
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Cool! That'd be a later expedition to the Savage Land going by Wolvie's costume.

Look at the river way down there too! (just noticed)


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Barry Windsor-Smith

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Given how he handled Herb Trimpe's pencils, I think that would be redrawing again.

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Cool! That'd be a later expedition to the Savage Land going by Wolvie's costume.

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Or scratching an itch, and nothing to do with continuity.

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It could fit with those first few issues of Marvel Fanfare, an untold chapter. Yeah, I'm over-thinking, eep. :^(


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