Sneak peek Kyle Baker artwork was been released for the entertainingly numbered Deadpool#900, featuring Deadpool in a series of swanky locations. But how were those locations discovered?
Well, googling “Limousine Interior” gives you the following as the third result.
And “hotel lobby” isn’t too far behind.
It does sure make for a pretty comic! However, talking to Kyle, he tells me how this is just a work in progress, not intended for publication. And here is the finished version after quite some considerable creative layers.
Kyle Baker insists on full disclosure, telling me “The leopard skin texture is from a real leopard. The leopard has signed a release, though, so we should be okay… You might worry about using Marvel’s copyrighted material on your site, but I assure you it’s protected by the Law as Fair Use, a rule which states that copyrighted material such as photographs may be repurposed as long as it is substantially altered so as not to compete with the original source material in the marketplace.”
I’d better repurpose away as soon as possible then!
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