Superman Sketch

Got a new tan sketchbook. So, as tradition dictates, Superman gets the first page.

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Great George Reeves Superman!

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Oh my goodness, that is one amazing art of George Reeves Superman!:grinning: :superman:

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great shading! I love the white highlights on the tan papeer

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Wow that’s looks :superman:uper awesome™:+1:.

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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. :stuck_out_tongue: I like it a lot. :slight_smile:

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Apparently Supes gets page 2 as well.

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On to the third entry in my tan sketchbook. Another Superman. Christopher Reeve this time.

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And now, John Newton…not technically a Superman but still Clark Kent.

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Those are beautiful! What did you use? Pastel? Pencils?

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Yes. Pastel sketch pencils and regular graphite with a smudge stick. (Some say “blending stump”…but I say “smudge stick.”) :slightly_smiling_face:

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Next up for Superman is Gerard Christopher. Again, technically a Superboy but still Clark Kent.

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Potato, po-tah-to. :blush:

And these are all so beautiful! Reeve is generally my favorite Supes, but your latest is my favorite of this sketch project!

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I absolutely love all of these, @Z-A-C. They’re beautiful.

Props on the inclusion of the two TV Superboys as well. :+1:t2:

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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.”

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Now for Tom Welling from Smallville. It’s weird to me when people don’t count him as a Superman actor.

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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.

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And the 70’s tv version of “It’s a Bird, It’s a Plane, It’s Superman” David Wilson.

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Next Superman is another Superboy. Johnny Rockwell from the never picked up 1961 pilot.

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Next in my sketchbook is Ray Middleton from the 1940 Worlds Fair. I have never actually seen a good picture of him as Superman.

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