Sep 22nd 2010 By: Brian Warmoth
A few radical coloring choices can make all the difference in a commission or sketch, and Andy Suriano's inks are already tight, but the looks he gave Rocket Raccoon, Howard the Duck and Machine Man in the art on his website break out some hues you don't see in Marvel -- or really many other comics in general -- every day.
Suriano has animation credits on "Sym-Bionic Titan," "Samurai Jack" and "Star Wars: The Clone Wars," as well as a comic book, "Doc Bizarre, M.D." with Joe Casey. His fixed images on his Andy Updates blog show off some skilled brush strokes, though. It's easy to see why he would want to put out a 120-page art book.
You may get a little misty-eyed flipping through his archives when you come across the unused Plastic Man cartoon concepts he came up with, but the work he has managed to put out into the world speaks for itself. Glance around at a few of our favorite examples after the jump and let us know what you like.