Comic book art is famed for depicting heroes in skin tight costumes, but these Marcio Takara illustrations stand out from his contemporaries’ work. It may be his pseudo cartoony style that exaggerates, but remains faithful to idealized human anatomical proportions. It may also be his minimalist approach to rendering superhero apparel and his use of the visually effective cel-shading style -- or it could all just be his penchant for illustrating hot comic book babes. Whatever the reason, Takara’s art is just impossible for viewers to ignore.
Marcio Takara is a comic artist from Toronto who’s currently working in Rio de Janeiro. His clients include Marvel Comics, Image Comics and Boom! Studios. If any of Takara’s images seem overly familiar to you, it may be because you’ve seen his work in Spider-Man, Fantastic Four and other various comic publications.
Marcio Takara Draws Lady Crime Fighters with Impossible Curves
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