Too cartoony and stretched. Can't draw hands and sloppy looking. I have seen better artists sitting in malls. His Wolverine is the worst I have ever seen as well.
Terrible artist,worst employed by Marvel in many many years. I could vomit on a canvas and it would look better. I paper trained my dog with this guy's "artwork". Who is punishing us that he continues to get work? In a steel cage death match between Ramos and liefeld, god help me I would have to root for Rob.
I think he is a good artist, but his style just isn't my cup of tea. I'd like to see him on a horror book, I think his exaggerated style would be a strength on a book like that.
Life looks better in black and white.
Rob liefeld art: http://www.progressiveboink.com/2012...efeld-drawings
Humberto Ramos art:
I like Ramos' art. He has come a long way and really improved as an artist. Compare his art on Amazing Spider-Man back to the days when he was doing Peter Parker Spider-Man and Spectacular Spider-Man 10 years ago and you'll see what I mean. It was a lot more messy and cartoony.
Last edited by Venom; 12-08-2012 at 04:29 AM.
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I think his artwork is awesome. I can understand how it isn't for everybody, but referring to his work as terrible sounds like a strech to me.
I put it this way. While I can appreciate his style, I think its overexposed now. But people with legs the size of fingers, hips the size of hands, that worries me. Twisty necks and jutting chins that follow no rational order. Torsos that look like taffy pulls. Everyone looks like anorexic 10 year olds with no body definition. He does best with faces, IMO. Very expressive eyes. But its QUICKER to draw that way. His style has evolved somewhat (you can tell from the earlier art). But still, I'm just used to it. That's about as far as I'll go.