Ron Sherwood’s Hulk


Hulk started out with a nice coat of black. Then gradually I drybrushed the colors you see. Each color had a gradation from dark to light, allowing each color to dry thoroughly. For example, I took dark green and applied it to his muscles. The I added some white and applied to the higher ridges of his muscles and so on. The shirt is actually made from fabric and shredded with an exacto. It is attached with white tacky glue. The fabric was made stiff by adding water to some glue and brushing it on in layers. I also attached real shredded fabric in the same manner to his waist and around the holes in his pants.

Ron Sherwood

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