Twice a week, Making A Mark gives an insanely talented artist some IADW brag-space. Today goes to Anthony Castrillo, and more specifically, this pro's extensive gallery of sketch cover art. From original pieces, to recreations of comics' most infamous moments and scenes, he does it all.
When Marvel revamped their 80's character frame cover technique for their 70th birthday, Jim Cheung did an amazing job on all the various characters. While the idea of sketching directly onto a comic may seem like sacrilege to some, Anthony not only provides pieces deserving of Cheung's fantastic framing - he makes you wish that issue actually came with his 'sketch' so you could own a copy!
What image in comics is more iconic than Cap whacking Hitler? So pivotal is the moment, movie Captain America: The First Avenger made a whole song and dance about it! As for Deathlok, lets just say I always have an eye out for art of The Demolisher!