Sitting Woman by Kent Williams

Sitting Woman by Kent Williams

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by Kent Williams

by Kent Williams

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by Kent Williams
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by Kent Williams

by Kent Williams

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Blood - A Tale #2by JM Dematteis & Kent Williams via comicbookdb.com

Blood - A Tale #2
by JM Dematteis & Kent Williams
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Blood - A Tale #4by JM Dematteis & Kent Williamsvia comicbookdb.com

Blood - A Tale #4
by JM Dematteis & Kent Williams
via comicbookdb.com

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by Kent Williams
Kent Williams is one of a handful of artists that have totally murdered any real artistic ambition I ever had.
There are plenty of artists who are way, way better than I am, but Williams is one of the ones - foremost among them, actually - who, if I can’t BE him, my own drawings are always going to be frustrating.
He’s got a scratchy, easy line and an ability to make ordinary or awkward people look beautiful, that was a perfect complement in the Epic comics of the eighties to his contemporary Jon J Muth - the perfect expression of which was in the series “Havok & Wolverine: Meltdown”.
My adoration of Williams’ work walks hand in hand with my love of Egon Schiele - an artist who he seems heavily influenced by. In fact, though I’ve always seen Muth as the Gustav Klimt to Williams’ Schiele, it seems clear that both contemporary artists are heavily influenced by each of the earlier ones.
There are plenty of people who tell me that I’m a pretty good artist, but it’s kind of like the action hero who, when complimented on a head-shot, admits that he was only aiming to disarm - if you bear in mind that I’m always trying to draw like Williams, suddenly I don’t look so competent!
This is a picture he dun of a nekkid lady!

by Kent Williams

Kent Williams is one of a handful of artists that have totally murdered any real artistic ambition I ever had.

There are plenty of artists who are way, way better than I am, but Williams is one of the ones - foremost among them, actually - who, if I can’t BE him, my own drawings are always going to be frustrating.

He’s got a scratchy, easy line and an ability to make ordinary or awkward people look beautiful, that was a perfect complement in the Epic comics of the eighties to his contemporary Jon J Muth - the perfect expression of which was in the series “Havok & Wolverine: Meltdown”.

My adoration of Williams’ work walks hand in hand with my love of Egon Schiele - an artist who he seems heavily influenced by. In fact, though I’ve always seen Muth as the Gustav Klimt to Williams’ Schiele, it seems clear that both contemporary artists are heavily influenced by each of the earlier ones.

There are plenty of people who tell me that I’m a pretty good artist, but it’s kind of like the action hero who, when complimented on a head-shot, admits that he was only aiming to disarm - if you bear in mind that I’m always trying to draw like Williams, suddenly I don’t look so competent!

This is a picture he dun of a nekkid lady!

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Blood #4 p39 by Kent Williams

Blood #4 p39 by Kent Williams

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by Kent Williams

by Kent Williams

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Kent William study by audrey kawasaki
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Blood - A Tale #1by JM Dematteis & Kent Williamsvia comicbookdb.com

Blood - A Tale #1
by JM Dematteis & Kent Williams
via comicbookdb.com

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Blood - A Tale #3by JM Dematteis & Kent Williams via comicbookdb.com

Blood - A Tale #3
by JM Dematteis & Kent Williams
via comicbookdb.com

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Blond Natalia in Studio  Arrangement 2010, oil on linen, 44 x 48 in., 112 x 122 cm
A painting by the amazing Kent Williams. Click through to see him share his progress images for this piece!

Blond Natalia in Studio Arrangement
2010, oil on linen, 44 x 48 in., 112 x 122 cm

A painting by the amazing Kent Williams. Click through to see him share his progress images for this piece!

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Sitting Woman by Kent Williams
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#Kent Williams #guys #art #girls 
Blood #4 p39 by Kent Williams
2 years ago
#Kent Williams #comics #Blood #Epic #Marvel #guys #art 
by Kent Williams
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#Kent Williams #guys #art 
by Kent Williams
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#Kent Williams #art #girls #guys 
by Kent Williams
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#Kent Williams #art #girls 
Kent William study by audrey kawasaki
3 years ago
#art #Kent Williams #Audrey Kawasaki #girls 
by Kent Williams
4 years ago
#Kent Williams #art #girls 
Blood - A Tale #1by JM Dematteis & Kent Williamsvia comicbookdb.com
4 years ago
#Blood #comics #Comic covers #Kent Williams #JM Dematteis 
Blood - A Tale #2by JM Dematteis & Kent Williams via comicbookdb.com
4 years ago
#Blood #comics #Comic covers #Kent Williams #JM Dematteis #Epic Comics #Marvel 
Blood - A Tale #3by JM Dematteis & Kent Williams via comicbookdb.com
4 years ago
#Blood #Marvel #Epic Comics #comics #JM Dematteis #Kent Williams 
Blood - A Tale #4by JM Dematteis & Kent Williamsvia comicbookdb.com
4 years ago
#Blood #comics #Epic Comics #Marvel #JM Dematteis #Kent Williams 
Blond Natalia in Studio  Arrangement 2010, oil on linen, 44 x 48 in., 112 x 122 cm
A painting by the amazing Kent Williams. Click through to see him share his progress images for this piece!
4 years ago
#Kent Williams #artist #art #girls #guys 
by Kent Williams
Kent Williams is one of a handful of artists that have totally murdered any real artistic ambition I ever had.
There are plenty of artists who are way, way better than I am, but Williams is one of the ones - foremost among them, actually - who, if I can’t BE him, my own drawings are always going to be frustrating.
He’s got a scratchy, easy line and an ability to make ordinary or awkward people look beautiful, that was a perfect complement in the Epic comics of the eighties to his contemporary Jon J Muth - the perfect expression of which was in the series “Havok & Wolverine: Meltdown”.
My adoration of Williams’ work walks hand in hand with my love of Egon Schiele - an artist who he seems heavily influenced by. In fact, though I’ve always seen Muth as the Gustav Klimt to Williams’ Schiele, it seems clear that both contemporary artists are heavily influenced by each of the earlier ones.
There are plenty of people who tell me that I’m a pretty good artist, but it’s kind of like the action hero who, when complimented on a head-shot, admits that he was only aiming to disarm - if you bear in mind that I’m always trying to draw like Williams, suddenly I don’t look so competent!
This is a picture he dun of a nekkid lady!
4 years ago
#Kent Williams #Gustav Klimt #Egon Schiele #Jon J Muth #Havok #Wolverine #Artists #art #comics #girls